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  • Charlotte considers change to tree ordinance

    Charlotte City Council is considering a change to the city's tree-save regulations that would prevent them from being used to subdivide small lots in existing neighborhoods, like these on Wonderwood Drive in Cotswold.

Charlotte City Council is considering a change to the city's tree-save regulations that would prevent them from being used to subdivide small lots in existing neighborhoods, like these on Wonderwood Drive in Cotswold. Ely Portillo elyportillo@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte City Council is considering a change to the city's tree-save regulations that would prevent them from being used to subdivide small lots in existing neighborhoods, like these on Wonderwood Drive in Cotswold. Ely Portillo elyportillo@charlotteobserver.com
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Saving trees or endangering neighborhoods? City considers overhauling ordinance

July 19, 2016 5:59 AM