New Sign Regulations

This new ordinance will now allow artistic ice cream murals to be located on the walls of ice cream shops!

It also recognizes new sign types, gives clear guidelines for the permitting process, cleans up billboard language, and creates a new non-commercial message category (formerly campaign signs)

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How Much Does a Vote Cost?

Does campaign money equate to election votes? 

A quick comparison looking at the money spent and votes earned in 2019 Special Election Primary for the NC 9th Congressional District. 

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Art Tax 2019

A vote was held at the July 2nd County Commissioners Meeting to place additional sales tax on the November 6th ballot. The $50mil in additional tax revenue will be divided into five initiatives.

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What Properties Are Being Aligned to the New TOD Zoning?

The Transit Oriented Development Alignment’s purpose is to proactively rezone parcels that exist along the LYNX Blue Line Light Rail into one of the four new TOD zoning districts. These new TOD districts will ensure that the zoning along the Blue Line light rail will be up-to-date with the City of Charlotte’s Station Area Plans.

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NC Sales Tax Redistribution

Senate Bill 650 was created with the intent of raising more money for areas of the state that have not experienced the same benefits as larger counties due to the fact that they are smaller and more rural. This legislation would cost the City of Charlotte millions in lost tax revenue.

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Welcome

Last week, Charlotte Public Relations officially launched. The website went live, social media accounts were created, and Longleaf Politics did a story. Now, this week our newsletter “The Leader” debuts.

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