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One of the Constitutional Council’s goals is to increase public awareness of the U.S. Constitution. The section sponsors CLE programs and services, provides members with a substantive newsletter and helps mold the association’s legislati… Read More
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Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The Johan Newcombe Event Center, Board Room 1840 E Franklin Blvd #4751, Gastonia, NC 28054   We are hosting a free educational seminar to discuss the North Carolina Department of Transporta… Read More
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Attorney David Murray obtained a decision from the Mecklenburg County Superior Court reversing three Town of Huntersville Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) decisions which had denied variances for three new houses which had been built relying i… Read More
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NOVEMBER 19, 2018 | VOL. 31, NO. 38 | NCLAWYERSWEEKLY.COMReprinted with permission of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly © 2018 ■■ BY BILL CRESENZO bcresenzo @nclawyersweekly.com The city of Charlotte will pay more than $1.5 million to compensat… Read More
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MARCH 11, 2019 | VOL. 32, NO. 2 | NCLAWYERSWEEKLY.COM Reprinted with permission of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly © 2019 ■■ BY ABBIE BENNETT abennett@nclawyersweekly.com A landowner in Charlotte has reached a $2.825 million settlement with… Read More