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iPlan reviews and e-inspections: Meck Code Enforcement to go high-tech (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – After dabbing its digits in the virtual, three-dimensional future of big institutional construction projects, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement now wants to jump in, FTP files first, by forming a high-tech Hybrid Collaborative Delivery Team. The 16-member team would ...

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Shifting laws online puts legal system at risk (access required)

The American Bar Association this month will be asked to endorse a proposed uniform law aiming at new standards for state government websites that host legal materials. The Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act is proposed by the Uniform Laws Commission to address a trend, still in its infancy, of shuttering public printers and posting laws only online. But shifting an entire system of laws to online-only postings puts our legal system at risk.

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On the Level: Lisa Ludlow Archer, broker for Keller Williams Team Ludlow (access required)

Age: 33 Lives in: Monroe Family: husband, Bobby, 34; children, Trae, 12, Caroline, 7, Peyton, 3 Education: bachelor’s degree in financial management, East Carolina University Lisa Ludlow Archer has combined two passions: real estate and Internet marketing. It’s a marriage that’s paid ...

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Site unseen: Zillow’s data shortcomings create hassles for Charlotte agents (access required)

You could say real estate website Zillow drives Charlotte real estate Scott Lindsley a little crazy. Zillow, a Seattle-based database that lists homes for sale and rent and features “Zestimates” of property values, refers to itself as an “enormously helpful ...

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