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Easement contracts allow for conservation that’s customizable for owners (access required)

Kay Killian, an assistant district attorney in Lincoln County, first became interested in protecting it from future development in the mid-1990s when she served on the Catawba Lands Conservancy’s board of directors. As an only child in a family that ...

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Battle of the buildings (access required)

They’re two of the biggest buildings — and competitors — in Charlotte. NASCAR Plaza and Ally Center were built in the same year, 2009, and the two uptown properties contain a total of 755,000 square feet of office and retail ...

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Unions wary of Dems’ convention plans in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE — With the American labor movement newly energized by its most serious threat in years, the Democratic Party’s decision to hold its 2012 convention in the least union-friendly state is causing friction with a key constituency. The Democratic National ...

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