The Charlotte City Council did not hear recommendations for a proposed text amendment that would better define restaurants, nightclubs and bars during its meeting Tuesday as originally scheduled. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department Director Debra Campbell, in a memo to the City ...Read More »
Government and Politics
The Charlotte City Council voted down a rezoning request for a used car lot at East Sugar Creek Road and Atmore Street, despite the request being supported by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg planning department and commission. Krzysztof Broszkiewicz, the owner of Chris’ ...Read More »
Project permits that were kept from expiration due to no commencement of work within six months or issue or discontinuation of work for 12 months are no longer protected under the Permit Extension Act of 2009, according to information from the Mecklenburg County Land Use & Environmental Services Agency.Read More »
WASHINGTON — Ben Bernanke presided over his first meeting as Federal Reserve chairman in March 2006 believing the nation’s economy could pull off a “soft landing” from falling home prices. Three months later, Bernanke had begun to grasp that he ...Read More »
Charlotte’s zoning board of adjustments had a busy 2011, with more than 60 hours of meeting time according to year end statistics released by the city this week. The board meets to discuss and make recommendations on variances, appeals and ...
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