City Council addresses Spectrum Center renovations and the city manager’s annual review

Jeremy Mills

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Nov. 27, 2017) – At Monday night’s business meeting, the Charlotte City Council moved forward with upgrades to the Spectrum Center and the scheduled performance review of the city manager.

Spectrum Center upgrades
The city approved $475,000 for capital repairs and improvements to the Spectrum Center. The facility will repair its plumbing system and modify a large restaurant space to make it more accessible.

The renovations will be completed over the next two years.


City Manager annual review completed

The City Council reviewed the annual performance of City Manager Marcus D. Jones. His new annual salary will be $318,000.


Jones started with the City of Charlotte on Dec. 1, 2016.


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