WASHINGTON — The executive who was appointed to lead mortgage giant Fannie Mae in 2009 after the federal government seized the company plans to step down as its CEO. Michael J. Williams announced Tuesday he will continue as CEO and ...Read More »
Government and Politics
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 ...Read More »
Claremont City Council members agreed this week to send an application for a North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund for upgrades at Francis Sigmon Park. The grant request is for about $70,000. There is a 50 percent matching requirement ...Read More »
The City of Charlotte’s Land Development Division is requiring all commercial plans be submitted electronically, effective Jan. 1. According to a blog posting by the Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition in Charlotte, sealed, signed hard copies of plans should be scanned into a PDF format and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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