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Gaston 2023 Revaluation

The Gaston County Tax Office published this video with information about the upcoming 2023 Revaluation and what to expect from the process.

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Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners Meeting – September 20, 2022

During the “Manager’s Report” section of the agenda (beginning at approximately the 36:30 time mark) the Board adopts a schedule of values for the ongoing County-wide Reappraisal, considers a funding request to preserve Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing (NOAH), and adopts a new Source of Income Protection Policy.

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Charlotte City Council Business Meeting – September 12, 2022

The new Charlotte City Council (2022/2023 Term) meets for the first time after seating its newly elected members. During the Action Review portion of the meeting staff provides presentations on Safety Initiatives and a recently conducted Disparity Study.

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Charlotte City Council Swearing-In Ceremony – September 6, 2022

The recently elected Charlotte City Council is sworn in.

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Flashpoint (WCNC – Charlotte) – September 2, 2022

Charlotte City Council Members Tariq Bokhari and Larken Egleston discuss housing affordability and Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) passage.

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City of Charlotte- Great Neighborhoods Committee - August 15, 2022

The Committee met to discuss two key items on their agenda:
1. Source of Income Protections in City-Supported Housing
2. NEST Commission Initial Priorities and Work Plan

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Charlotte Ordinance Advisory Committee July 7, 2022 – Presentation on proposed Unified Development Ordinance:
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Charlotte Environment, Engagement, & Equity Committee July 18, 2022 – Discussion of Tree Canopy Goals:
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Charlotte Planning Committee July 19, 2022 – UDO Discussion and Recommendation:
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City Council Zoning & Business Meeting - June 27, 2022
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UDO Second Draft Update Session - June 16, 2022 - 6 p.m.
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Charlotte Future 2040 UDO Work Session- May 5, 2022
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Transportation, Planning and Environment Committee Meeting - June 13, 2022
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Charlotte City Council Zoning and Business Meeting - June 27, 2022

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Tuesday, December 6, 2022 --The Charlotte Construction & Development Forecast at The Westin Charlotte from 8:00 AM-11:00 AM. -- Top Industry Leaders will share Charlotte’s Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the challenges currently facing the Construction and Development Industry including rising construction costs, inflation, supply chain issues, labor shortages, and sustainability. -- There will be a Networking Breakfast to engage with the region’s top owners, developers, investors, brokers, construction firms, designers, architects, financial institutions, and more!  
 

Visit https://www.bisnow.com/events/charlotte/construction-development/charlotte-construction-development-forecast-7406 to register and claim your spot now.

Tuesday, December 6, 2022 --The Charlotte Construction & Development Forecast at The Westin Charlotte from 8:00 AM-11:00 AM. -- Top Industry Leaders will share Charlotte’s Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the challenges currently facing the Construction and Development Industry including rising construction costs, inflation, supply chain issues, labor shortages, and sustainability. -- There will be a Networking Breakfast to engage with the region’s top owners, developers, investors, brokers, construction firms, designers, architects, financial institutions, and more!


Visit www.bisnow.com/events/charlotte/construction-development/charlotte-construction-development-forec... to register and claim your spot now.
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4 days ago
Nathan Doolittle | LandDesign

We are proud to spotlight REBIC member, Nathan Doolittle, PE, LEED BD+C, civil engineer and partner at LandDesign. It is here he leads many of the firm’s large-scale public and private infrastructure project. Since 2017, Nate has been closely involved with the creation of Charlotte’s Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), serving on the advisory committee responsible for providing feedback on how the UDO can help shape the region for the next decade. He is a champion of the Charlotte region and approaches every project with the desire to build value beyond its physical boundaries. This is most evident in the number of public-private-partnership developments he is involved with, including Ballantyne Reimagined, Camp North End, and Downtown Kannapolis.

As a leader at LandDesign, Nate’s entrepreneurial energy has driven him to explore new markets, advance the firm’s engineering practice, and inspire young professionals. Outside of the office, Nate makes time for his family and shares his passion for golf with his son.

Affiliations:

Urban Land Institute (ULI)
ULI Regional Market Impact Council, former Chair
Greater Charlotte Apartment Association
Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), former Board Member
City of Charlotte Development Services Technical Advisory Committee (DSTAC), former Chair
City of Charlotte Ordinance Advisory Committee

https://landdesign.com/

#REBICeducation #joinREBIC #charlotte #realestate #REBICevents #CharlotteGovernment #charlottecitycouncil #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte #landdesign #charlotteudo

Nathan Doolittle | LandDesign

We are proud to spotlight REBIC member, Nathan Doolittle, PE, LEED BD+C, civil engineer and partner at LandDesign. It is here he leads many of the firm’s large-scale public and private infrastructure project. Since 2017, Nate has been closely involved with the creation of Charlotte’s Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), serving on the advisory committee responsible for providing feedback on how the UDO can help shape the region for the next decade. He is a champion of the Charlotte region and approaches every project with the desire to build value beyond its physical boundaries. This is most evident in the number of public-private-partnership developments he is involved with, including Ballantyne Reimagined, Camp North End, and Downtown Kannapolis.

As a leader at LandDesign, Nate’s entrepreneurial energy has driven him to explore new markets, advance the firm’s engineering practice, and inspire young professionals. Outside of the office, Nate makes time for his family and shares his passion for golf with his son.

Affiliations:

Urban Land Institute (ULI)
ULI Regional Market Impact Council, former Chair
Greater Charlotte Apartment Association
Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), former Board Member
City of Charlotte Development Services Technical Advisory Committee (DSTAC), former Chair
City of Charlotte Ordinance Advisory Committee

landdesign.com/

#REBICeducation #joinREBIC #charlotte #realestate #REBICevents #CharlotteGovernment #charlottecitycouncil #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte #landdesign #charlotteudo
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3 weeks ago

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Nate is a servant leader in our industry - kudos to him for all that he has done to represent our interests so well in so many ways!

Theres a saying that if you DONT like something, dont complain, CHANGE IT. -- Want to know more? Download the PDF form by clicking shorturl.at/bDHM0 and learn about the numerous vacancies on several Charlotte City Council appointed Boards and Commissions. 

 

This recent vacancy notice at shorturl.at/bDHM0  lists positions for which the City Council will make nominations and appointments in 2022.  Please take note of application deadlines and dates projected for nominations and appointments.

Any additional positions will be added to this list as they arise.  Please subscribe to NotifyMe to receive notices of new vacancies.

Applications are available online at charlottenc.gov/clerk 

Applications remain active for one year from the submission date.

Applicants will be notified when appointed.

Please visit the Boards & Commissions webpage to view more details about each board and commission and their meeting times and locations.  Please review the necessary qualifications for each board, as well as attendance and code of ethics requirements.

All applicants must be residents of Mecklenburg County.

Appointees serve voluntarily without compensation.

Questions? Contact Boards & Commissions at 704-336-7494 or boards@charlottenc.gov. 

#REBICeducation #joinREBIC #charlotte #mecklenburgcounty #CharlotteGovernment #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte

There's a saying that if you DON'T like something, don't complain, CHANGE IT. -- Want to know more? Download the PDF form by clicking shorturl.at/bDHM0 and learn about the numerous vacancies on several Charlotte City Council appointed Boards and Commissions.



This recent vacancy notice at shorturl.at/bDHM0 lists positions for which the City Council will make nominations and appointments in 2022. Please take note of application deadlines and dates projected for nominations and appointments.

Any additional positions will be added to this list as they arise. Please subscribe to NotifyMe to receive notices of new vacancies.

Applications are available online at charlottenc.gov/clerk

Applications remain active for one year from the submission date.

Applicants will be notified when appointed.

Please visit the Boards & Commissions webpage to view more details about each board and commission and their meeting times and locations. Please review the necessary qualifications for each board, as well as attendance and code of ethics requirements.

All applicants must be residents of Mecklenburg County.

Appointees serve voluntarily without compensation.

Questions? Contact Boards & Commissions at 704-336-7494 or [email protected]

#REBICeducation #joinREBIC #charlotte #mecklenburgcounty #CharlotteGovernment #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte
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1 month ago
Getting involved is what we do. It’s what YOU SHOULD DO AS WELL!

One-stop, in-person early voting begins tomorrow, October 20th, and will run through 3 PM on November 5th. For more information on early voting and to find an early voting location near you visit: https://www.ncsbe.gov/voting/vote-early-person

Election day will be on Tuesday, November 8th. For more information about Voting on Election Day and to find your assigned polling place visit: https://www.ncsbe.gov/voting/vote-person-election-day

Plan now to research, reach, understand, and decide to vote for the candidate and platform that supports the OUTCOME you desire. Be informed and prepared, to know before you go.

One vote truly makes a difference. Please go out and make your voice heard with the power of your vote!

#notenovember8 #joinREBIC #charlotte #realestate #REBICevents #CharlotteGovernment #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte #knowledgeispower

Getting involved is what we do. It’s what YOU SHOULD DO AS WELL!

One-stop, in-person early voting begins tomorrow, October 20th, and will run through 3 PM on November 5th. For more information on early voting and to find an early voting location near you visit: www.ncsbe.gov/voting/vote-early-person

Election day will be on Tuesday, November 8th. For more information about Voting on Election Day and to find your assigned polling place visit: www.ncsbe.gov/voting/vote-person-election-day

Plan now to research, reach, understand, and decide to vote for the candidate and platform that supports the OUTCOME you desire. Be informed and prepared, to know before you go.

One vote truly makes a difference. Please go out and make your voice heard with the power of your vote!

#notenovember8 #joinREBIC #charlotte #realestate #REBICevents #CharlotteGovernment #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte #knowledgeispower
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2 months ago

REBIC is fortunate to have these two gentlemen involved in our outreach and strategy as advocates for our members. Review this short introduction that gives only a hint of their mammoth experience in our industry and far-reaching impact for all those in Real Estate.

First, we would like to introduce David Coble, our Area Advocacy Manager. He is a Portfolio Relationship Manager in the Enterprise Finance division of Wells Fargo. Since 2017 David has maintained a Land Development consulting firm, guiding his clients in the development community through zoning and other land-related requirements in Iredell County. David has helped facilitate governmental approval of hundreds of millions of dollars in commercial and residential projects as well as consulted on land acquisitions for multiple developers across Iredell County and Rock Hill SC. David also maintains strong relationships with state elected officials, having consulted on successful campaigns as well as having built strong relationships with General assembly leadership.

Next, meet Larry Shaheen, Jr., Counsel. Larry has worked in politics, property, and development his entire life. Practicing law since 2013, Larry comes from a family business background developing and managing commercial property all across the Southeast, where he has served as General Counsel with his family firm since his admission. Now Larry’s practice at McIntosh Law Firm includes the same level of personal service to residential and commercial property clients faced with property tax revaluations, real estate challenges, and public policy issues. Having helped develop, manage, and sell more than a million square feet of office, industrial, and commercial space, Larry is the perfect advocate for our commercial and residential real estate businesses.

To read more about both David and Larry's backgrounds, awards, and specific focuses visit rebic.com/about-us/

#REBICeducation #joinREBIC #charlotte #realestate #REBICevents #CharlotteGovernment #Advocacy #charlotteissues #REBICCharlotte
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2 months ago

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Where’s the rest of the team! ☺️

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