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Charlotte City Council to take up natural area requirement again (access required)

The Charlotte City Council is expected to revisit a divisive proposal that would eliminate the natural area from the city’s Post Construction Controls Ordinance during its meeting Nov. 28. The proposal would do away what city staffers say is a ...

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Diocese wins rezoning approval for adult care project (access required)

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte’s plans for a 25,000-square-foot adult care facility took a step forward Monday when the City Council approved a rezoning request. The rezoning is for more than 20 acres on the north side of South ...

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Rezoning OK given for Charlotte nursing facility (access required)

Liberty Healthcare Properties of Mecklenburg County won Charlotte City Council rezoning approval Monday for its plans to build a skilled-nursing facility. The request was for more than 17 acres on the south side of Providence Road West between Community House ...

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Towing a new line (access required)

Amendments more than a year in the making may be made to Charlotte’s towing ordinance in the coming months, and business owners say it’s about time. “There was one instance, and I saw it with my own eyes, where a ...

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Neighborhoods brace for loss of libraries, schools, rec centers (access required)

Thanks to budget shortfalls, Mecklenburg County facilities, such as recreation centers, libraries and schools, have found themselves on the chopping block. In some neighborhoods, though, the impact is worse than in others. Some communities are losing multiple facilities, which could ...

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City’s role in affordable housing questioned (access required)

In Charlotte, affordable housing has lately been at the fore of the “What role should government play?” debate. When voting for bond proposals Nov. 2, residents showed support for the city’s efforts to provide affordable-housing units. But the $15 million ...

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