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Proposal would allow 
languishing Charlotte sites 
to generate income (access required)

Charlotte Knights General Manager Dan Rajkowski has homerun-sized plans for an empty, underutilized piece of property in uptown. The Knights lease a lot on South Mint Street from Mecklenburg County. For now, it’s just an open, grassy field with security ...

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Rezoning complicates Jack’s Across the Tracks project (access required)

When Rob Nixon and business partner Andy Wilson bought a rundown former church at 1212 Pecan Ave. in Charlotte in March 2007 for $650,000 from Russ-Mar Properties, Nixon said he felt like Christopher Columbus. “I had my flag in the ...

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Char-Meck area plans, zoning amendments up for discussion (access required)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission will hold public meetings in November for area plans and zoning text amendments that are being developed and nearing City Council vote. A citizens advisory group will meet 6 p.m. Thursday in ...

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I-485 planning meetings get under way (access required)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department is meeting with representatives from the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Gandy Development to plan for the future — and last — leg of the Interstate 485 loop around Charlotte. The groups will meet at ...

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Plan in the works for Park, Woodlawn roads area (access required)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department will start developing a plan for the Park and Woodlawn roads area this fall. City planner Alberto Gonzalez told the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission that the plan would include land between Dilworth and Tyvola Road along Park ...

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Autobell says carwash would make SouthPark shine, but not everyone thinks so (access required)

In 1969, with the first location on South Boulevard, Charles Howard founded Charlotte-based carwash company Autobell. The company, which has 62 locations, boasts on its website that it has never closed an Autobell. The Howard family has been itching to ...

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Internet cafes still operate 
as the industry places bets on a lawsuit (access required)

The dark, tinted glass makes it impossible to see inside unless you press your face against the window. In response to a knock on the front door, a young man, sporting a mohawk and seated behind a glass partition in ...

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