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Cameron Harris sells Charlotte insurance company

Insurance brokerage firm Cameron M. Harris & Co. has been acquired by USI Insurance Services of Valhalla, N.Y. Founded by Cameron “Cammie” Harris, the Charlotte-based firm will remain at its current location and retain its employees, the company says. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Harris, brother of prominent real estate developer Johnny Harris, […]

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Proposed N.C. wind farm restrictions defeated, for now

A proposal that would severely curtail wind farm development in North Carolina has failed to pass a committee in the N.C. House after retired military officials condemned it as regulatory overkill. House Bill 470 would require that wind farms be built at least 30 miles from military installations, eliminating wide swaths of land from potential development. […]

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Despite HB2 replacement, mayors won’t budge on travel ban

The mayors of New York, Washington, San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City and other cities have announced that previous municipal bans on city-funded travel to North Carolina remain in place even though House Bill 2 has been repealed. They agree with civil rights groups who argue discrimination still exists in the replacement law agreed to […]

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BofA putting uptown parcel on market

Bank of America Corp. plans to sell a prominent parcel between College and North Tryon streets in uptown Charlotte, necessitating a move for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police to a site nearby. CMPD’s Central Division is currently in a building it leases at the corner of Seventh and College streets, part of a 1.3-acre plot owned by BofA. A […]

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