On Thursday, a disaster loan center closed at the Hal Marshall Services Center. But Mecklenburg County residents who had property damaged by flooding Aug. 5 can still apply for low-interest federal disaster assistance loans. To apply, contact the U.S. Small ...Read More »
When the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission holds its retreat next week, operational policies are expected to be on the agenda. Up for discussion, among other things, is a proposed operating agreement to streamline the commission’s policies into one document. Also at ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County property owners should begin receiving their property tax bills this week, the county said. This year, the county conducted a revaluation of residential and commercial properties, the first revaluation since 2003. Roughly half of the properties were reappraised ...Read More »
Those in Cabarrus County who need to dump construction waste will have to either wait about two weeks or take a road trip as the Cabarrus County Construction and Demolition Landfill will be closed while construction takes place to expand ...Read More »
The city of Charlotte’s Zoning Board of Adjustments will hear variance requests from two city businesses being labeled nightclubs during an Aug. 30 meeting. Lava Lounge, 4501 E. Independence Blvd., is seeking to bypass a requirement that it be located ...Read More »
Construction could begin in October on a $500,000 solar panel installation at the Cabarrus Avenue West parking deck if the Concord City Council gives approval. That’s according to Erik Lensch, president of Charlotte-based Argand Energy Solutions. Lensch said private investor ...
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Some unincorporated parts of Mecklenburg County might have their police coverage come from different municipalities in 2013. During its most recent session, the General Assembly passed legislation to broaden Mecklenburg County’s authority to create law enforcement service districts. The legislation ...
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In the past year since Charlotte’s rental ordinance took effect, 643 properties have surpassed the city’s threshold for crime. That means, in theory, that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officials should have met with the owners of 643 properties, of which 553 ...Read More »