Killing a $926 million capital-investment plan that would have funded affordable-housing projects and new police stations, among other things, the Charlotte City Council decided Monday not to increase the property tax rate.Read More »
Government and Politics
CN Hotels' project has ticked off residents, who say it will be too tall, encourage too much commercial development in their neighborhood and be too dense of a development for a residential area.Read More »
Last week, in a 4-0 vote, the council’s public safety committee gave its support to the proposal, which calls for rental property owners to give the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department their contact information, including business and home addresses and phone numbers.
Tagged with: Andy Dulin Beth Pickering Charlotte Regional Realtor Association Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Greater Charlotte Apartment Association Michael Barnes Patrick Cannon Real Estate & Building Industry CoalitionRead More »
U.S. mortgage giant Fannie Mae made money in the first three months of the year and is not seeking additional federal aid. It’s the first time the company has reported a net income gain since it was taken over by the government ...Read More »
Despite saying Tuesday that the county’s Land Use and Environmental Services Agency would be able to use an online version of the 2012 North Carolina residential building code to review permit applications that are submitted after today, LUESA now says ...Read More »
In a setback for some in Charlotte’s multifamily industry, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has stayed a Superior Court judge’s decision that would have required the city to reimburse all trash-collection companies for fees incurred at the Charlotte Motor ...Read More »