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Wesley Chapel approves rezoning (access required)

The Wesley Chapel Village Council approved a request to rezone 3.152 acres at 4824 Waxhaw-Indian Trail Road from R-40 (single-family) to B-2 (local shopping center district). Francisco Espinosa owns the property which is being use currently as a storage facility. ...

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Waxhaw Commissioners adopt resolution on mayor, approve rezoning (access required)

The Board of Commissioners on Monday unanimously approved a resolution of “disapproval and non-support of Mayor Daune Gardner.” The resolution stated that Gardner failed to provide detailed expense receipts for “numerous” expenditures and repeatedly scheduled staff meetings but failed to ...

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

Jeff Brown: A man of rezoning renown <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

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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A pocket off Little Hope: Subdivision honoring daughter seeks more traditional style (access required)

A pocket off Little Hope: Subdivision honoring daughter seeks more traditional style <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

It would be off Little Hope Road, but developer Matt Ewers has a far sunnier ─ and heartfelt ─ vision for a 15-home pocket subdivision called the Villas at Mattie Rose in the heart of this neighborhood not far from the pricier Dilworth and Myers Park.

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City needs rezoning for planned light rail Park-and-Ride station (access required)

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With the ground already broken and funding approved for the 9.3-mile, $1.16 billion Lynx Blue Line Extension, the wheels are in motion for the light rail trains to go as far north as UNCC by 2017. But that’s only if the city doesn’t get in its own way in the process. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department on July 22 filed a petition, asking to change the zoning on more than 11 acres in University City to accommodate the development and construction of a park-and-ride station.

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Senate bill would retain protest petitions (access required)

State senators have put forward a “regulatory reform” bill that, in contrast to the one proposed by the N.C. House, would preserve the rights that property owners have to formally protest a rezoning. The wide-ranging measure, approved Friday by the Senate on a 26-7 vote, omits language suggested by the House that would repeal protest-petition rights that have been in place since 1923.

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