Displaying items by tag: zoning

Monday, 01 November 2021 12:26

OPINION: Public conflicted on housing markets

As they witness rapidly escalating costs for building, buying, and maintaining homes, the vast majority of North Carolinians clearly want their leaders to do something about affordable housing.

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ROCKINGHAM — Following a public hearing, the Richmond County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a rezoning request from Samuel Dunn.

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ROCKINGHAM — Several Richmond County residents are in favor of a zoning change that would allow for the placement of manufactured homes on property where that currently isn’t allowed.

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HAMLET — City leaders want the permitting process for a proposed plant to have a more public process.

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HAMLET — Consider the coronavirus as the Grinch who stole Christmas in 2020 as another holiday tradition has been put on hold due to COVID concerns.

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ROCKINGHAM — Part of a section of property on Marks Creek Church Road owned by CSX Transportation will be zoned for heavy industrial following a compromise offered by the railroad company.

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ROCKINGHAM — Residents along Marks Creek Church Road north of Hamlet oppose a recent zoning request from the CSX Transportation.

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Monday, 14 October 2019 12:59

COLUMN: Pols should accept urban realities

In 2012, 92 percent of North Carolina workers commuted to their place of employment by automobile. By 2018, that share had dipped to 90 percent.

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ROCKINGHAM — History repeated itself Tuesday night as residents again came out against a proposal to allow bed and breakfast inns in the Historic District.

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ROCKINGHAM — Residents will get a chance to have their say regarding bed and breakfasts operating in the Historic District during a public hearing Tuesday.

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