HUNTERSVILLE – Growth and aging. The town of Huntersville – the fastest-growing municipality in the state, and one of the fastest in the country – is grappling with both as it plans for its future. Although nothing was decided on ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – An “enterprise center” that would be a key component of a plan to revitalize the ramshackle trailer-park neighborhood of Huntington Green has run into opposition from a handful of the residents the nonprofit behind the project hopes to ...Read More »
Bruce Andersen is the long-time chairman of the planning board in the area’s fastest-growing municipality, Huntersville, a board he’s been appointed to by the town’s Board of Commissioners since 1998. Andersen, 74, is also confident enough to poke fun at himself and his fellow board members, calling them “micromanagers.”Read More »
(See the main story here) HUNTERSVILLE – As the city of Charlotte keeps a keen eye on Eastfield Road ahead of the opening of Prosperity Church Road intersection with Interstate 485, the town of Huntersville is doing the same thing ...Read More »
You’re either fer it, or you’re agin it, as they say in the mountains of western North Carolina, and that’s true of possible legislation that REBIC will either back or oppose this year on the other end of the state in Raleigh, where the state legislature is in session.
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Along just about any of the thoroughfares winding through north Mecklenburg County’s three municipalities, signs advertising office space for lease are scattered everywhere. It’s an indicator of the challenges the area’s office market is facing as 2011 kicks off. “It’s ...Read More »