Although apprehensive at first, employees at waste-handling and recycling equipment company Wastequip have had more than a year to adjust to its Silicon Valley-like shared and open office space. The trend is making its way into new industries, and Wastequip ...Read More »
Homeowners associations must follow the Planned Community Act to the letter in order to ensure that they are a secured creditor in efforts to recoup fees from members who file for bankruptcy, according to a recent decision by the 4th ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The U.S. Attorney’s Office on Wednesday filed a motion seeking the dismissal of the 28 charges remaining against Boggs Paving Inc., the Monroe-based company that has pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the federal government on road construction ...Read More »
RALEIGH — North Carolina environmental officials said Thursday that they have approved plans by Duke Energy to drain contaminated wastewater from a huge coal ash dump near Charlotte to repair a leaking pipe. State Dam Safety Engineer Steve McEvoy told The Associated Press ...
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Scheduled foreclosure auctions in November jumped 157 percent year over year in North Carolina, and 220 percent in Mecklenburg County, according to housing data provider RealtyTrac. The state’s increase was the eighth-largest in the country, behind Nebraska, West Virginia, Mississippi, ...Read More »
Representatives from GoodSports Enterprises are slated to visit Charlotte on Dec. 17 to update city officials on the company’s ongoing quest to obtain funding for its part of a proposed amateur sports complex near Bojangles’ Coliseum. And in a separate ...Read More »
Charlotte’s chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women recognized five of its most outstanding members on Tuesday afternoon at its annual Excellence Awards luncheon. The networking organization, which aims to advance the achievements of women in commercial real estate, finished the ...
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MARVIN – Village officials are in preliminary talks with Regency Centers that could result in the village’s first commercial development – which, if it goes forward, likely would include a Publix grocery store. For about two hours at its meeting ...Read More »
A consultant hired to evaluate building permit and inspection procedures within Mecklenburg County is recommending that a committee be formed to ensure consistency in the application of building standards. The committee would be made up of leaders in the managers’ ...Read More »