Sealed Air Corporation hosted a ribbon-cutting Wednesday afternoon to show off its new campus at 2415 Cascade Pointe Blvd. in Charlotte. N.C. Governor Roy Cooper, Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts, Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners chair Ella Scarborough and Mecklenburg County Commissioner Trevor Fuller joined Sealed Air CEO Jerome Peribere and Chairman of the Board William J. Marino at the event.
Diedra LairdThe Charlotte Observer
Sealed Air ribbon cutting
Elevated Roadway project at Charlotte Douglas International Airport
CLT Concourse A expansion continues
Summer travel tips offered by airport officials
Traffic congestion rolls into Ballantyne
Health plan would cut NC subsidies
Maintenance issues at Latta Arcade
Development Controversy in Mooresville
Charlotte’s light rail was supposed to change our attitude about cars. It hasn’t.
Along the Blue Line, new apartments are springing up with bicycle repair stations, walking paths to light rail stations, direct connections to the Rail Trail path – and hundreds of parking spaces for cars.
A Mooresville neighborhood is at odds with a local developer hoping to turn a 140-acre vacant tract of scenic land into a large multi-use office/commercial/residential community, with upwards of 900 homes, including some condos and apartments.
More than 700 realtors and other volunteers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership worked at 26 sites in two counties, including nine homes on Double Oaks Rd. in Charlotte, helping homeowners with critical exterior repairs and safety modifications during the Realtors Care Day event Friday.