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Who’s Going To Pay For Charlotte’s Transit Future?

CATS CEO John Lewis discusses the future of Charlotte’s transit system in the latest #discussCLT podcast episode. But can the city achieve its goals with minimal federal investment?
February 2018

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 33, CATS CEO John Lewis

February 2018

What Did (and Will) the Charlotte Women’s March Mean?

The Charlotte Women’s March meant a lot of different things to people who attended. Here are three big ones.
February 2018

Taking Community Policing to the Communities

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, during a briefing Wednesday, released crime statistics for 2017. But Chief Kerr Putney also discussed the work beyond the stats.
January 2018

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 32, Voices of the Charlotte Women's March

January 2018

To Stream, and How to Stream

The Charlotte City Council spent roughly an hour Monday discussing whether the city should stream its meetings on live online video via Facebook. On Tuesday, the debate continued on—where else?—Facebook.
January 2018

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 31, Basal Coffee

January 2018

The Failed Amazon Bid and Charlotte’s Achilles Heel

Charlotte’s pride took a hit Thursday morning when the city was excluded from the list of potential sites for Amazon’s eastern headquarters. But the reason for the exclusion isn’t hard to figure out.
January 2018

Leading on Opportunity Finds Its Leader

The Leading on Opportunity council finally named the community effort’s new director, Stephanie Kripa Cooper-Lewter. Her work is, in more ways than one, cut out for her.
January 2018

A County Commissioner Takes To the Streets

Mecklenburg County commissioner Pat Cotham, a longtime advocate for the homeless, went uptown with sandwiches and hand warmers last week when the mercury dipped.
January 2018
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