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Apartment opposition: Planning department, residents express concerns over traffic, office space (access required)

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Half a dozen people who live near a proposed multi-use development just south of Pineville expressed opposition to the project during a public hearing at the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners meeting Tuesday, citing concerns about traffic and the possibility ...

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Construction to begin at Waverly (access required)

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The developers of the 88-acre Waverly project on Providence Road are clearing the land and have pulled a $3.53 million permit to begin construction on a medical building. The building will be the first to go up in the multi-use ...

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Checking back in: Renovations could bring Checkers back to Bojangles’ (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The City Council is expected to vote Dec. 8 on approving $16 million for phase one renovations to Bojangles’ Coliseum, including $4 million in upgrades that, if approved, could result in the Charlotte Checkers moving their minor-league hockey ...

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Panel discusses zoning option: Form-based codes presented as city mulls changes (access required)

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As the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department prepares to begin rewriting its zoning ordinance, the Piedmont Public Policy Institute held a forum at UNC Charlotte’s Center City Campus on Wednesday to discuss the pros and cons of form-based zoning codes. “It’s a ...

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