At 35, Charlotte land-use attorney Collin Brown is moving up, literally and figuratively. As the Charlotte area comes to grips with development and density issues, you can often find Brown advocating for developers at public meetings, which are just as often packed with protesters.
Tamara Lynch, M/I vice president for sales and marketing, who declining to comment on the reasons for the delay, said Monday that her company has decided to take the proposal to commissioners in mid-January.
M/I Homes on Tuesday night presented a radically altered site plan for its controversial Avery Park subdivision, making changes to address the concerns of neighbors protesting the proposed project.
In the latest wrinkle in the squabble over M/I Homes’ proposed Avery Park subdivision, the company has decided to wait two more weeks before having Huntersville take a final vote on the project, according to Whitney Hodges, senior planner for the town.