Debra Campbell has been named assistant Charlotte city manager by Manager Ron Carlee. Campbell formerly had been planning director for the city. She is filling the vacancy created by Eric Campbell, who left to take a position in Dallas. “Debra ...Read More »
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Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter, a country boy educated at Duke University and in the N.C. Legislature, has a way of making observations that are dead-on true – and, better yet, dead funny. The mayor got in another sly one Monday ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Cherry was founded in the late 1800s as Charlotte’s first workforce housing, a neighborhood for skilled and unskilled black laborers. That’s the history, and history is key to the present and future of the city’s second-oldest traditionally black ...
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CHARLOTTE – The contentious streetcar project, which Mayor Patrick Cannon said has now been in front of four mayors, last night got a boost when the City Council approved spending $12 million to advance the design of the $126 million ...
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CHARLOTTE – City Council members on Monday night wasted no time in approving changes to the interlocal agreement on Brooklyn Village, with a motion to approve and a second before Mayor Patsy Kinsey could even finish reading the agenda item. ...Read More »