The Mooresville Town Board on Monday denied a request from MAG Land Development to transfer $514,280 in availability and system development fee credits to GK Curtis Pond. Maia Setzer, Mooresville’s executive director of administration, said the credits were part of ...Read More »
Government and Politics
A controversial proposed change to the city of Charlotte’s Post Construction Controls Ordinance is one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday, the City Council’s Environment Committee voted 3-2 to recommend removing a natural-area requirement from the PCCO, a change ...Read More »
Charlotte developer Forest City Land Group wants to add several hundred new homes to its planned Cotton Creek development in Mooresville. But it first needs approval from the town’s board, which is expected to take up the issue Nov. 14. ...Read More »
The Gaston County Board of Commissioners is weighing whether to grant a request to rezone about an acre of land in Belmont to be used for an animal shelter. William Morgan made the rezoning request. He also plans to use ...Read More »
When Yvonne Hart and her husband, Andrea Buzzini, moved to Mooresville Mill Village in 2002, they had high hopes. The historic community of about 400 homes had taken shape around the old Mooresville Cotton Mills in the early 1900s. And ...
Tagged with: Amy Holt Andrea Buzzini Chris Carney Chris Montgomery J.R. Buchanan Jason Holt Jim Cheek Karen Buchanan Mac Herring Mooresville Cotton Mills Mooresville Mill Village Mooresville Town Board Sue Cheek Yvonne HartRead More »
Cabarrus County commissioners are scheduled to vote Monday on whether to accept a county committee’s recommendation to hire Yates, Chreitzberg & Hughes to be the architectural firm to design renovations to the county’s Human Services Center in Kannapolis. Kay Honeycutt, ...Read More »
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx vetoed a City Council decision Monday — at least briefly. The veto, the first ever for Foxx, who’s running for re-election to a second term next month, came after the council approved, in a 7-5 vote, ...Read More »
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 ...
Tagged with: Cabarrus County Cabarrus County Building Industry Association Cabarrus County Schools Dick Black Lanvale Properties Mike Carpenter North Carolina Home Builders Association Richard Koch Ronnye Boone Union CountyRead More »