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Fourth Boggs Paving executive pleads guilty in fraud case (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – A fourth Boggs Paving Inc. executive has pleaded guilty in an $87 million federal fraud case involving two Union County highway construction companies. Greg Miller, 60, who was a vice president at Boggs Paving Inc. of Monroe, pleaded ...

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Appeals court finds flaw in city zoning process (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – On their fourth try, about 150 Myers Park homeowners living near Queens University last week won a court victory in their fight against the city of Charlotte over two new buildings that opened on the private school’s campus ...

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Realtor loses license over down payment refund (access required)

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Cynthia Carswell of Gastonia had her real estate license revoked by the state Real Estate Commission for failure to satisfy conditions set in a disciplinary action issued in 2011. Carswell was until her suspension the managing member and broker-in-charge of ...

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UPDATED: Warehouse market holds steady; more speculative construction underway (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The warehouse real estate market remained relatively flat in the second quarter of 2014 while maintaining a significant improvement last year from 2012, while the flex space market showed slight improvement, according to two reports on the industrial ...

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