The Mooresville town staff will host a public information session on the proposed Lake Davidson neighborhood by the end of June to address the questions and concerns continuing to be raised by nearby residents in Davidson Pointe. Neighbors share concerns about traffic, environmental impact and quality of life.
The Mooresville town staff will host a public information session on the proposed Lake Davidson neighborhood by the end of June to address the questions and concerns continuing to be raised by nearby residents in Davidson Pointe. Neighbors share concerns about traffic, environmental impact and quality of life. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
The Mooresville town staff will host a public information session on the proposed Lake Davidson neighborhood by the end of June to address the questions and concerns continuing to be raised by nearby residents in Davidson Pointe. Neighbors share concerns about traffic, environmental impact and quality of life. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com

Mooresville board postpones decision on controversial Lake Davidson rezoning

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