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Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014 Charlotte's push to steer affordable housing to middle-class neighborhoods faces its latest test on Tuesday, as the City Council plans a rezoning vote that would allow 70 low-income apartments in a south Charlotte community.
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 More Information It's a feud that plays out regularly in Charlotte: A neighborhood battles a politically connected builder over a proposed development. And there is usually one outcome: The developer gets much or all of what it
Fulton Meachem Jr., who said he tried to change perceptions of public housing and give clients better places to live during six years as executive director of Pittsburgh Housing Authority, will leave the post this fall and return to his home state of
On the Move David Allen joined Hedrick Gardner Kincheloe & Garofalo LLP's Charlotte office as a litigation partner. Cheri Brown, Tim Norris and Donna Poteat were named partners at Healthcare Management Consultants, Inc. Julie Christopher joined
On the Move Jonathan Brodhag joined the banking, business and public finance practice at Bryan Cave's Charlotte office. Tobias Colvin was promoted to director of meetings and events at the Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge...Richard Craig was promoted to
More Information As others reveled in the hoopla that marked the announcement that Charlotte had won the 2012 Democratic National Convention, Will Miller stayed where he usually does: in the background. But as interim executive director of Charlotte'
Texas Texas schools, hospitals and jails are worried that cuts lawmakers want to make to the state budget could mean that they'll be left picking up the bill. Lawmakers released the first draft of the state budget this week, and it included $27
The Charlotte City Council quickly passed Monday night a rezoning for the Charlotte Housing Authority that will clear the way for a massive mixed-use development along South Boulevard on the edge of Dilworth. The City Council unanimously voted for
In awarding the grant, officials with the Department of Housing and Urban Development lauded the innovation of the Boulevard Homes plan for including a K-8 school and an early childhood development center at its core. The existing 35-acre, 300-unit
Earlier rezonings spurred no concern. email@example.com Posted: Saturday, Mar. 13, 2010 When roughly 300 Ballantyne residents fought plans for 86 low-income apartments last month, many said the issue wasn't about blocking subsidized