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Industry’s eyes are on Cabarrus fee case (access required)

The future of a controversial fee the construction industry is charged to build housing in Cabarrus County will be in the hands of the state Supreme Court next week. On Monday, the court will hear arguments in the case involving ...

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Meck code 
enforcers brace for DNC rush (access required)

By next summer, with the 2012 Democratic National Convention around the corner, Jim Bartl and his staff at the Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement Office are likely going to have their hands full. They could be flooded with permits as contractors ...

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Crescent Resources’ jurisdiction 
request wins approval (access required)

The Iredell County Board of Commissioners last week approved Charlotte-based Crescent Resources’ request to relinquish zoning and subdivision jurisdiction for about 88 acres to the town of Mooresville. The Brawley School Road site is slated for residential development. Joey Raczkowski, ...

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Bailey’s Glen kills 
plan for condos, 
underground parking (access required)

An underground parking facility and condos once planned for the Bailey’s Glen subdivision in Cornelius have been tossed aside. Last week, the Cornelius Board of Commissioners unanimously approved changes to a development plan for 9.96 acres in the western portion ...

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Plan in the works for Park, Woodlawn roads area (access required)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department will start developing a plan for the Park and Woodlawn roads area this fall. City planner Alberto Gonzalez told the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission that the plan would include land between Dilworth and Tyvola Road along Park ...

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It’s a project for bidders to keep tabs on projects (access required)

The bid submitted in September by Charlotte-based Edifice General Contractors for a project at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport was in two volumes, each about 3 inches thick. The drawings alone for the parking deck project weighed 115 pounds, said Max Venuti, ...

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