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  • Why toilets might be the one thing that holds back growth in Charlotte's hottest areas

    Work in progress on the Briar Creek sewer capacity expansion project, currently along Covecreek Dr. Off The Plaza. The project is one of several that Charlotte Water is doing to prepare for more development in Charlotte.