Exterior of the VanLandingham Estate. Billy Maddalon, owner of the VanLandingham Estate, wanted a zoning change so 19 townhouses and a neighborhood pool can be built on the property. He says the property hasn't made a profit since he bought it in 1999. Democrat Billy Maddalon says he’s not behind an apparent write-in campaign on his behalf for the Charlotte City Council.
Exterior of the VanLandingham Estate. Billy Maddalon, owner of the VanLandingham Estate, wanted a zoning change so 19 townhouses and a neighborhood pool can be built on the property. He says the property hasn't made a profit since he bought it in 1999. Democrat Billy Maddalon says he’s not behind an apparent write-in campaign on his behalf for the Charlotte City Council. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Exterior of the VanLandingham Estate. Billy Maddalon, owner of the VanLandingham Estate, wanted a zoning change so 19 townhouses and a neighborhood pool can be built on the property. He says the property hasn't made a profit since he bought it in 1999. Democrat Billy Maddalon says he’s not behind an apparent write-in campaign on his behalf for the Charlotte City Council. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

A write-in campaign follows VanLandingham rezoning rejection

October 27, 2015 11:23 AM