Editor’s note: The original post of this story incorrectly stated that no new development would be permitted under the proposed moratorium on rezoning applications. LANCASTER, S.C. – The Planning Commission recommended Tuesday that the County Council approve a nine-month moratorium ...Read More »
Government and Politics
Charlotte City Council approved several rezoning requests Monday night, including petitions allowing the construction of single-family and multifamily developments in north and south Charlotte. The council also denied a request to build a convenience store and gas station in east ...Read More »
DAVIDSON – The town is considering options for the redevelopment of 3.5 acres on which Town Hall sits, including encouraging the development of commercial space. The development, called the Catalyst Project, is on the west side of South Main Street. ...
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About a dozen people attended a second public information meeting on a proposal for what would be the village of Marvin’s first commercial development, on the southeast corner of Providence and New Town roads. Regency Centers, which developed Phillips Place ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Monday unanimously approved the sale of an uptown tract of land, part of a multiparcel sell-off to retire debt on the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and awarded more than $664,000 to a company working ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – Dozens of people, including a representative of Family Dollar Stores Inc., told the town Board of Commissioners on Monday that they oppose a rezoning request that would allow a 312-unit apartment complex to be built on the last ...Read More »
The city of Charlotte has received an upset bid of $13.32 million for an uptown parcel of land that had been slated for sale to Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Development. The Charlotte City Council approved that deal, valued at $12.2 million, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — An expanded YMCA, an 850 unit apartment and housing development, condominiums, an apartment redevelopment and storage units are all on the rezoning agenda for city officials. The City Council and its staff will review the recent new rezoning ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – The state Court of Appeals has ruled against the town in a two-decade legal battle over a portion of a street easement on Home Place, which connects to Reverdy Lane south of Providence High School in south Charlotte. ...Read More »
Fees slated to take a hike: City counting on increased development service charges to fight budget deficit
CHARLOTTE – Increases in regulatory service fees that could bring in an additional $1.4 million to help offset about $21.7 million in revenue losses were presented last week to the City Council, which is expected to vote on its budget ...
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