At their Monday meeting, Lincoln County commissioners OK’d the rezoning of 250 acres from a conditional use planned residential district, or CUPR, to a more standard residential single-family district, or RSF. The property is on the south side of Webbs ...Read More »
Kannapolis officials are expected to move forward this month on demolishing what has been deemed one of the area’s worst eyesores. Ben Warren, planning and zoning director for the city, which is in Cabarrus and Rowan counties, said the City Council ...Read More »
Mooresville will start renovations and repairs next week on a former gymnastics school that the town is turning into a community center. The town purchased The Gym Co. in December for $803,762, and because the building was in foreclosure the ...Read More »
Tega Cay’s development services manager, who oversees planning, zoning, code enforcement and construction and fire-prevention activities for the city next to Lake Wylie in South Carolina, has been named interim city manager. Tom Goebel will fill the seat while the ...Read More »
A failed subdivision in Davidson could become part of a 600-acre county park if all goes according to plan. Tonight, the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners will vote on proceeding with the negotiations for the purchase of 243 acres that were ...
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In response a story about Charlotte’s unemployment rate climbing to 11.2 percent in May, reader Tom Brasse had this to say: “The rise isn’t due to any layoffs from the City. I wonder if we will see any sort of concern or ...Read More »
The developers of the proposed Mosaic Village mixed-use project have been granted $3.18 million from the Charlotte City Council to be used for parking and infrastructure improvements. The city’s financial contribution will include $3 million to fund the construction of ...Read More »
Proposed changes to the city’s post-construction control ordinance are pitting developers against environmentalists. The proposal would eliminate duplicative “tree save” requirements that also appear in the city’s recently approved tree ordinance and change the stormwater-control requirements for redeveloped sites, potentially ...
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When Tommy Nichols told his friends he was quitting his information technology job at Central Piedmont Community College to start his own company he got some strange looks. “They asked me if I was nuts for quitting a steady job ...Read More »
Tim Newman, the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority CEO who has been the subject of criticism for months, will no longer fill that role with the agency, the CRVA announced today. Instead, Newman will be the agency’s senior executive responsible for ...Read More »