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  1. Charlotte's HDC is limited in that any building in North Carolina can be demolished after a year... so that may play into the HDC having to be more lenient if they want to keep a building. Personally, I think it can be a pain as a homeowner to have to get permission and go to a meeting and argue to take a tree down or update a dilapidated accessory building... but it's worth it when your neighbor can't easily sell out, have every tree taken down and build a gaudy new mcmansion. The City is about to rezone a number of properties in historic districts (a few in Wilmore, but more in Dilworth) to TOD... they say HDC guidelines will rule the day. We'll see. http://charlotte.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=154674c8ea364da687ce0f3248ffdac6
  2. Site plan is out... https://charlottenc.gov/planning/Rezoning/RezoningPetitions/2019Petitions/Pages/2019-114.aspx
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