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  • Renewal in Belmont and Villa Heights | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    on Kennon Street near Hawthorne Lane View the full image Belmont Mural on a former barber shop on Pegram Street View the full image Belmont Renovated houses and yards on Allen Street near 20th View the full image Belmont Renovated houses and yards on Allen Street near 20th Street View the full image Belmont Northside Corner store at Kennon and Pegram streets View the full image Belmont Belmont Community Development Corp project on Umstead Street View the full image Belmont Note three houses in a row with arched porches on Pegram Street View the full image Belmont Barbara Harlow and her son Robert Smith are fairly new residents Their home is near Little Sugar Creek Greenway View the full image Villa Heights Crumbling wall vacant lot where a house once sat near Allen and Grace streets View the full image Villa Heights Fixer upper at Grace and Parson streets View the full image Villa Heights Neighborhood fixer upper for sale across from renovated houses at Grace and Parson streets View the full image Villa Heights Fixer upper at rear vacant lot in foreground View the full image Villa Heights Sherman Memorial Church of God in Christ on Parkwood Avenue View

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/gallery/renewal-belmont-and-villa-heights (2016-02-18)
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  • Explore Harrisburg Town Center | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    St in Harrisburg Town Center View the full image Main St Delicatessen View the full image Bank of the Carolinas View the full image View towards Aldi s grocery store and bank click on the photo above to toggle the caption Over a decade ago developers sought to build a downtown in a town that did not have one Harrisburg N C which is four miles east of Charlotte was

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/gallery/explore-harrisburg-town-center (2016-02-18)
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  • Water towers of the Charlotte region | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    full image Fallston in Cleveland County View the full image Shelby the City of Pleasant Living in Cleveland County View the full image View the full image Mount Holly s tank is visible from I 85 in Gaston County View the full image Troutman s tower in Iredell County View the full image Indian Land in northern Lancaster County View the full image Another Lancaster County tower View the full image The city of Lincolnton in Lincoln County displays the city seal View the full image Pumpkin Center s tower in Lincoln County View the full image The town of Cleveland in Rowan County View the full image Salisbury Rowan Utilities tower View the full image The town of Rockwell s tower in Rowan County View the full image Tower in Albemarle in Stanly County View the full image Red Cross tower in Stanly County View the full image Wingate in eastern Union County home of Wingate University View the full image Clover s tower in York County View the full image Rock Hill s tower in York County click on the photo above to toggle the caption Although some municipalities use their water towers to make a visual splash such as the beloved Peachoid in Gaffney S C and the baseball water tower in Fort Mill S C many others are more subtle using the towers to offer local slogans or simply to proclaim the town name In spite of the fact that the technology has been around for centuries water towers have been around since the Industrial Revolution water towers are still an integral part of today s water system A newer example can be seen along I 85 in Charlotte at Mallard Creek Church Road The towers help maintain the water pressure of a municipal water system

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/gallery/water-towers-charlotte-region (2016-02-18)
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  • Photo galleries | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    archives Follow the institute Weekly newsletter signup PlanCharlotte Newsletter UNCC Urban Institute Newsletter Email Address Subscribe Photo galleries Winter landscapes Murals tell the Piedmont s history A Carolina summer comes to an end Historic schools of the Charlotte region Mid 20th century plans for central Charlotte Gallery Farmers Markets of the Charlotte Region Vernacular Architecture in the Uwharries Historic Salisbury Urban Chickens Christmas Snow in the Uwharries Photo journal of

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/resources/galleries?page=1 (2016-02-18)
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  • Amanda Albright | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    using the query aboutus aboutus staff Amanda Albright amanda albright7 gmail com Articles Piedmont cities plan for traffic foot traffic Aug 07 2012 The N C Department of Transportation has been at the forefront of a local and state effort to encourage residents to exercise more often Through a grant program the department has provided 3 4 million to N C towns seeking pedestrian plans that increase walkability and safety for residents NCDOT wants you and your ideas for walking bicycling Aug 07 2012 Here s your chance to help decide where the state s next sidewalks greenways and crosswalks will be and what they might look like the N C Department of Transportation is using social media to help create its new statewide bicycle and pedestrian plan The plan WalkBikeNC will Planning commission s new chair makes history Jul 06 2012 The Charlotte Mecklenburg Planning Commission will have a new chairperson for the first time in six years plus a new member when it convenes Monday Last month commission members elected Yolanda Johnson chairperson a position developer Stephen Rosenburgh had held since 2009 Johnson will be the Anson tries again for countywide zoning Jun 14 2012 Anson County is

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/aboutus/contributors/amanda-albright (2016-02-18)
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  • Bill Anderson | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    community Before MeckEd he was executive director of Communities In Schools of Charlotte Mecklenburg Inc CIS from 2002 to 2006 Education Bill received a bachelor of arts in education from Greensboro College and his master s in educational administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte In 2001 he received his Ed D in educational leadership from UNC Charlotte Expertise Dr Anderson served in several roles during his time with CMS He was the assistant superintendent for high school curriculum and instruction in CMS as well as a principal and assistant principal at several middle and high schools in Charlotte and Shelby including four years as principal at Myers Park High School During his tenure there the school was named the seventh best public high school in the nation by Newsweek magazine 2003 During his work at Shelby High School 1997 2001 the school was named one of the Top 10 Most Improved Schools in North Carolina Bill Anderson was N C Principal of the Year in 2001 Articles Where are the real opportunities in the Opportunity act Jan 30 2014 Those of us who raise concerns about the Opportunity Scholarship Act do not do so because we oppose school choice All parents should be able to choose the best education for their children However the opportunity this taxpayer funded voucher program creates is the opportunity to fail North Carolina s children particularly those from low income households Photo Nancy Pierce Public money for private schools Two views Jan 29 2014 Starting with the 2014 15 academic year the N C Opportunity Scholarship Act will offer a 4 200 voucher to pay for low income children in public schools to attend private schools Rep Rob Bryan R Mecklenburg and MeckEd s Bill Anderson weigh in on the change with

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/aboutus/contributors/bill-anderson (2016-02-18)
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  • Larry Barden | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    signup PlanCharlotte Newsletter UNCC Urban Institute Newsletter Email Address Subscribe Larry Barden UNC Charlotte Professor emeritus of biology LSBarden uncc edu Articles Discovering Charlotte s past on Potter Road Jan 29 2013 Some well known intersections in the city hide the remnants of a now forgotten but once major highway through the Carolinas It was known as Potter Road and its name referred to the one time pottery industry in

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/aboutus/contributors/larry-barden (2016-02-18)
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  • Stephen Billings | UNC Charlotte Urban Institute | UNC Charlotte
    institute Weekly newsletter signup PlanCharlotte Newsletter UNCC Urban Institute Newsletter Email Address Subscribe Stephen Billings UNC Charlotte Associate Professor of Economics 704 687 7625 stephen Billings uncc edu Biography Stephen Billings is an Assistant Professor of public policy at UNC Charlotte He joined the faculty in 2008 after completing his Ph D in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder He holds a masters degree in urban and regional planning from UNC at Chapel Hill Some of his recent research projects include the role of special district governments in financing residential development the role of enterprise zone tax credits in firm location decisions the property value impacts of light rail transit in Charlotte and nonparametric tests for industrial specialization Education Ph D in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder Masters degree in urban and regional planning from UNC at Chapel Hill Expertise Dr Billing s research focuses on the nexus between local government and real estate development Articles Rethinking the relationship between subsidized housing and surrounding property values Sep 02 2010 Efforts to construct subsidized apartment complexes in two South Charlotte neighborhoods were recently abandoned after Ballantyne and Ayresley residents raised concerns that the proposed projects would

    Original URL path: http://ui.uncc.edu/aboutus/contributors/stephen-billings (2016-02-18)
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