Proponents and opponents of a rezoning petition to allow subsidized low-income apartments at Weddington Road in south Charlotte display their views during the Charlotte City Council zoning meeting in January 2014. The city council passed the rezoning petition. Charlotte is launching an overhaul of the decades-old regulations that govern development and building. The new rules will set the tone for Charlotte’s growth for decades to come.
Proponents and opponents of a rezoning petition to allow subsidized low-income apartments at Weddington Road in south Charlotte display their views during the Charlotte City Council zoning meeting in January 2014. The city council passed the rezoning petition. Charlotte is launching an overhaul of the decades-old regulations that govern development and building. The new rules will set the tone for Charlotte’s growth for decades to come. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Proponents and opponents of a rezoning petition to allow subsidized low-income apartments at Weddington Road in south Charlotte display their views during the Charlotte City Council zoning meeting in January 2014. The city council passed the rezoning petition. Charlotte is launching an overhaul of the decades-old regulations that govern development and building. The new rules will set the tone for Charlotte’s growth for decades to come. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
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