The Huntersville Board of Commissioners has voted to amend the town’s zoning ordinance to comply with a state law that went into effect in June that precludes municipalities from dictating residential design standards purely for aesthetic reasons. Under the new ...Read More »
Homebuilders say a proposed amendment to the Huntersville zoning ordinance doesn’t go far enough to comply with a new state law that prohibits governments from placing purely aesthetic design requirements on single-family homes and duplexes. Huntersville is amending its ordinance ...
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Towns around Charlotte and the state would have to reassess development ordinances and design standards for single-family housing should a bill passed by the legislature this week become law. The N.C. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed Senate Bill 25, ...Read More »
In light of new U.S. Postal Service requirements for mailboxes in new or expanded subdivisions, the Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition recently hosted a round-table discussion for builders, developers and municipal planning officials, featuring a USPS representative. The Postal ...Read More »
Charlotte Regional Realtor Association members traveled to Washington last week for the National Association of Realtors annual party convention and trade expo. As part of the visit to the nation’s capital, delegates from Charlotte met with North Carolina congressional leaders ...Read More »
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 »