The North Carolina Division of Water Quality issued water-discharge permits Tuesday to three Duke Energy Corp. coal-fired power plants and their four associated coal ash ponds along the Catawba River. The Final National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits involve Marshall Steam Station on ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Duke Energy Corp. and China-based ENN Group today announced an agreement to develop technologies to build greener cities in China and the U.S. The agreement creates the Future Energy Technology Demonstration Platform. It will allow the companies to exchange ...
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Charlotte-based business-identity-management company UniversalBusinessListing.org and London-based Telnic Ltd. said they are partnering to integrate .tel domains into UBL’s commercial offerings. UBL CEO Doyal Bryant said the .tel domain offers businesses a refined contact page with strong visibility and quick indexing in search engines, making it ...Read More »
Re/Max at the Lake of Mooresville and Re/Max Executive Realty of Charlotte have merged their Lake Norman offices. The combined company, Re/Max Executive at the Lake, said it has four broker/owners — Cindy Sikorski, Hadi Atri, Laura Chilcoat and Terry Edmundson — more than 20 certified distressed-property experts and about 60 ...Read More »
For Independence Boulevard, light rail is out. Streetcars and bus rapid transit are in. Those were the recommendations from Urban Land Institute representatives during a presentation in Charlotte City Council chambers today. John Sedlak, one of the panelists from ULI’s Daniel ...
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Charlotte-based Chapter47 Communications said it has signed a contract to provide ghostwriting services to My Team of Experts Inc., its former parent company. The public relations firm is based at 6000 Providence Glen Road.Read More »
Ed Christenbury’s family has been farming its tract of land off Mount Holly-Huntersville Road since the 1940s. Since then, Charlotte’s city limits have inched closer and more people have divided once-large properties into neighborhoods. Today, the city’s limit is only ...Read More »
In an area where much of the business development is clustered near the highways, The Shoppes at Highland Creek shopping center, at the intersection of Prosperity Church and Ridge roads in north Charlotte, is somewhat off the beaten path. Four ...
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Chuck Hicks and his property revaluation team have borne the brunt of scrutiny from skeptical Mecklenburg County homeowners. But his philosophy is more in line with an anti-tax tea-partier than a government fat cat. “I feel badly that we’re party ...Read More »
Alonzo Ordonez left Costa Rica about 13 years ago for the United States. Like many others in his position, he was searching for opportunity. College educated, Ordonez was a music teacher before moving to Charlotte. But to make ends meet ...Read More »