Plan aims to spread out city’s lower-cost housing

Dec 28, 2012 Full story: The Charlotte Observer

The Charlotte City Council is considering a "density bonus" that would allow developers to build additional units if some of the new housing units are set aside for workforce housing.

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Gloria Mangione

Wilmington, NC

#1 Dec 29, 2012
Will these be rent-by-ths-rooms for junkies like the ones discussed here: http://thinkingofattendinguncc.blogspot.com/2...

If the apartments are rented-by-the room, nobody will be served by the scheme except drug dealers and criminals.

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