Category Archives: Legislative

City of Charlotte – Draft Policy Maps

This is a very busy time, but a time to be involved and aware of what is happening in Charlotte.  Yesterday (10/13), the City of Charlotte released a draft of the Policy Maps.  The 2040 Policy Map is a companion … Continue reading

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Two for Tuesday – First Draft of Charlotte UDO Released

originally published by REBIC with permission to repost on CRCBR. #1) First Draft of Charlotte UDO Released Late last Thursday Charlotte Planning Staff released the first draft of its proposed Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) – click for Document or Highlight … Continue reading

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Two For Tuesday – 9/30/2021

Originally published by REBIC with permission to re-post through CRCBR. #1) Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map Survey & Update The City of Charlotte is conducting a survey to receive input on existing place types that will help inform changes in … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Charlotte City Council Redistricting

originally published for City of Charlotte via PublicInput.com The 2020 census numbers are in and maps options for new Charlotte City Council districts are drawn. Now is your chance to weigh in on Charlotte’s redistricting process. You’re invited to provide … Continue reading

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New “social districts” would allow drinking in the streets in parts of Charlotte

originally written by Katie Peralta Soloff and published by AXIOS Gov. Cooper signed a bill earlier this month that would allow North Carolina cities and counties to create their own “social districts” where drinking alcohol in certain outdoor areas is allowed. … Continue reading

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Two For Tuesday – 9/14/2021

Originally published by REBIC with permission to re-post through CRCBR. Charlotte City Council Redistricting Update This is a significant development. If you are a resident of Charlotte or are doing business in Charlotte, you need to pay attention to this. In accordance … Continue reading

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Two For Tuesday

Originally published by REBIC with permission to re-post through CRCBR. #1) 2021 Comprehensive Plan – Next Steps with Councilmembers Renee’ Johnson and Victoria Watlington. The first draft of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) is expected to be released to the … Continue reading

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Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map Survey

A special thanks to Elizabeth McMillan at Crescent Communities for sharing this information below.  Please pass along to your colleagues. As a follow up to the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the Charlotte Planning Department has moved into Part 2 … Continue reading

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Governor Cooper’s Eviction Moratorium Expired June 30th

NC REALTORS® Government Affairs staff is pleased to announce the eviction moratorium, NC Executive Order 206, has expired. This is long awaited news and relief for NCR property managers and their landlord clients. The Federal CDC order remains in place … Continue reading

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BREAKING – Municipal Elections Pushed to 2022

Legislation delaying municipal elections for offices elected by district until 2022 became law on Monday. Under Session Law 2021-56, more than 30 municipalities across North Carolina will delay elections originally scheduled for later this year. The delay will allow these … Continue reading

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