The Real Estate Report
Local Government News Impacting the Real Estate Industry
Roberson Square Granted Permit for Mixed-use Development
Carrboro Officials Discuss New Developments’ Effect on Parking
Developer’s ‘Carbon Zero’ Proposal Well-received by Town Council
School System Requests Budget Increase
The board will hold public hearings on both the operational and capital budget proposals at 6 p.m. April 7 and 7 p.m. April 10 in the auditorium of A.L. Stanback Middle School, 3700 N.C. 86 South, Hillsborough. The Orange County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to adopt its budget in June. For the full story, click here.
School Board Member Whitling Resigns Following Embezzlement Charges
Orange County to Vote on Transfer Tax in May
Dispute over Permit Condition in Carrboro Development Project
Northwest Properties is asking Baddour to strike the condition that restricts access to the shopping center from Barnes Street. The judge said he would read all of the evidence before making a decision. He will most likely make a decision out of term and out of session. For the full story, click here.
Downtown Chapel Hill Parking Solution Request Expedited
Downtown Chapel Hill May Get Farmers’ Market
Church’s Expansion Proposal Could Bring Park-and-Ride Lot
David Stancil, environmental resource and conservation director, said plans for Fairview Park, located on Rainey Avenue, appear to be on schedule and could move into the construction process “probably before Thanksgiving.” Lori Taft, director of parks and recreation, said the town is optimistic about its application for a $500,000 grant to the N.C. Parks and Recreation Trust Fund for Fairview Park. For the full story, click here.
Chatham County Approves Water Rules
Residents Challenge Mixed-use Project Development
Corps Cuts Water Flow from Lake to Help Raleigh
Census Estimates Released, Big Growth in Wake County
Durham Greenfire Development Deal Delayed
North Carolina Debt Capacity has Grown
N.C. Cities to Discuss Neuse Basin Water
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