Along just about any of the thoroughfares winding through north Mecklenburg County’s three municipalities, signs advertising office space for lease are scattered everywhere. It’s an indicator of the challenges the area’s office market is facing as 2011 kicks off. “It’s ...Read More »
It doesn’t look good for Cornelius in the next 10 years. According to a report by the Urban Resource Group, which in September finished a study of Cornelius, the north Mecklenburg town’s population could peek at about 37,000 by 2020. ...Read More »
After receiving a letter from Mayor Anthony Foxx’s office Sept. 13, signed, to the best of his knowledge, by Foxx himself, Eric Dudley thought it was all settled. He was the new chairman of the Business Advisory Committee. But three ...Read More »
Just follow the money. Do that, Cornelius Mayor Jeff Tarte says, and you’ll find out why people in the unincorporated areas of Cornelius aren’t getting the police protection for which they pay. “It’s politics at its ultimate,” he said. “The ...Read More »
(Editor’s note: Part of an occasional series on growth of communities outside Charlotte) Business owner Tana Greene remembers when the only place to eat in the Lake Norman area was the Ham and Eggs restaurant at Exit 28 off Interstate ...
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