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York County to hold UDO workshops (access required)

York County is holding public workshops to discuss a proposed unified development ordinance, which the county’s planning department hopes to adopt later this year. The workshops will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and then from 6 to 7:30 ...

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Charlotte foreclosure activity drops in August

Foreclosure activity declined 36.9 percent in the Charlotte area in August from the same month a year ago, Irvine, Calif.-based RealtyTrac said today. Foreclosure filings — default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions — were reported on 1,014 Charlotte-area properties, down ...

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Missed Manors: A high-end home is hard 
to find, Charlotte builders 
say as they try to replenish depleted inventory (access required)

Rumors are swirling that the luxury home market in Charlotte is nearing extinction, that it’s barely a whisper of what it once was. But Charlotte homebuilder Alan Simonini says all the talk about the demise of Charlotte’ luxury home market ...

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Hickory to build fuel farm at airport (access required)

The Hickory City Council will be getting into the aviation fuel business via a new $343,000 fuel farm at Hickory Regional Airport. During a City Council meeting last week, council members backed a grant agreement to combine city money and ...

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Mooresville depot renovations receive OK (access required)

The Mooresville Artist Guild’s board of directors has approved plans to renovate the former Southern Railway Depot. Ellen Patterson, the guild’s vice president, said the board is working with Mooresville-based architecture firm Adams & Associates to see what improvements are ...

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