Protest petitions such as the one Dilworth residents used to successfully fight a proposed Walgreens store at the corner of Kenilworth and Morehead could be abolished under a bill in the legislature.
Dilworth resident Janet Hall holds up a sign in protest against the proposed Walgreens at the corner of Kenilworth and East Morehead Street during Monday night's Charlotte City council meeting.
Protest petitions such as the one Dilworth residents used to successfully fight a proposed Walgreens store at the corner of Kenilworth and Morehead could be abolished under a bill in the legislature. Dilworth resident Janet Hall holds up a sign in protest against the proposed Walgreens at the corner of Kenilworth and East Morehead Street during Monday night's Charlotte City council meeting. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Protest petitions such as the one Dilworth residents used to successfully fight a proposed Walgreens store at the corner of Kenilworth and Morehead could be abolished under a bill in the legislature. Dilworth resident Janet Hall holds up a sign in protest against the proposed Walgreens at the corner of Kenilworth and East Morehead Street during Monday night's Charlotte City council meeting. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

Playing field may tilt as N.C. legislature moves to ban zoning protest petitions

July 03, 2015 09:31 PM