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Neighbors protest proposed affordable apartments (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – More than 100 people crowded into a church office building to question officials about the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership’s plan to rezone a 7-acre parcel from a child care facility to an apartment complex for low-income housing, a proposal ...

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News analysis: Controversy over Davidson school a lesson in self-governance

News analysis: Controversy over Davidson school a lesson in self-governance

DAVIDSON – Democracy is a funny business – both ha-ha and just plain weird. Writ large – as in the federal shutdown – the comedy and tragedy of our system of government fills the cable news network airtime. But on ...

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Jeff Brown: A man of rezoning renown (access required)

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Jeff Brown is one tight-lipped and self-effacing dude. That’s an attribute that’s handy in a 30-year veteran real estate lawyer who has played a major role in the transactions, land-use decisions, rezonings and other entitlement actions on some of the biggest deals of the past couple of decades of Charlotte’s development history.

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When the financial sector 
needed a lobbyist, 
they called on him (access required)

It was a bit like “Animal House,” except everyone worked on Capitol Hill and toga parties were no longer in fashion. Charlotte native Walter Price and five of his buddies, all recent Davidson College graduates, were renting a big house ...

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Developers still suing over failed oceanfront project (access required)

It was 2006, at the peak of the real estate bubble, and a group of investors were planning to build a large mixed-use oceanfront development on the North Carolina coast, featuring 11 buildings, 278 condominiums and 60,000 square feet of ...

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