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It’s a project for bidders to keep tabs on projects (access required)

The bid submitted in September by Charlotte-based Edifice General Contractors for a project at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport was in two volumes, each about 3 inches thick. The drawings alone for the parking deck project weighed 115 pounds, said Max Venuti, ...

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Latinos say city, county not doing enough to help their businesses (access required)

Mario Grijalva came to Charlotte five years ago from California. Before that, he lived in El Salvador. The 53-year-old co-owns M&J Auto Repair, which is just off South Boulevard, a roadway lined with Latino-owned businesses. Grijalva speaks with a heavy ...

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CATS loses ‘possibly hundreds of dollars’ in revenue on Speed Street night

Light-rail ridership levels tripled May 28 during Food Lion Speed Street compared with an average Saturday, and some of those passengers did not pay after they were let on trains when rail platforms became overwhelmed. Normally, there are approximately 10,000 ...

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Destination still unknown for Independence Boulevard area (access required)

When it comes to lengthy and convoluted planning processes, the Independence Boulevard project is one of Charlotte’s most notorious examples. And it doesn’t look like things are going to improve any time soon. Multiple public agencies are involved in the ...

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Independence Boulevard plan adoption stalls

The adoption of the Independence Boulevard area plan was stalled Tuesday when a committee of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission asked planners to consider making revisions. One of the main areas of concern was the number of transit stations along the ...

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