CHARLOTTE – The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners gave final approval Tuesday night for $317.7 million in capital projects that were initially presented to the board last summer. The capital outlays, some of which will be paid out as late ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – About a week after the Charlotte City Council gave its stamp of approval – and more than $2 million – for Electrolux to expand its North American headquarters in the University Area, the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners ...
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The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday night made three appointments to two local planning and zoning boards in unincorporated parts of the county that fall under the jurisdiction of the surrounding municipalities. For the zoning board of the ...
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The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously Dec. 17 to give Dena Diorio a raise: from $172,000 a year to $248,000 – or $263,000, if you count deferred income. Diorio’s extra cash also comes with a new title, new ...
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CHARLOTTE – With a new City Council taking the helm, one of its duties is to make nominations to fill positions on various council boards, and in January it will appoint three people to two boards that affect real estate ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – After dabbing its digits in the virtual, three-dimensional future of big institutional construction projects, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement now wants to jump in, FTP files first, by forming a high-tech Hybrid Collaborative Delivery Team. The 16-member team would ...
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County commissioners approved a new interlocal agreement for the future development of Marshall Park in Uptown’s Second Ward. The future of the park, which comprises 6.5 acres in Uptown’s Second Ward, bound by Third, Davidson and McDowell streets and Martin ...Read More »
Despite not yet having any real authority in the city, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport advisory commission last night gained its last four members. Interim Mayor Patsy Kinsey appointed three members and the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners appointed the final member, finalizing the 13-member oversight board.
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A county advisory committee last week recommended to the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners that they vote to amend the county's Source Separation Ordinance to require recycling on all construction and demolition sites within the county.Read More »
(Part six in a 13-part series) “People have more faith in Pearson’s than they do in county government,” said Matthew Ridenhour, a Republican member of the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners, who represents District 5.Read More »