City Council examines economic conditions, reaffirms commitment to great neighborhoods and affordable housing

Britt Clampitt

​CHARLOTTE, N.C.  (Feb. 1, 2018) – Charlotte City Council hit the ground running on day two of its annual strategy meeting in Durham. Council members discussed topics at the heart of their commitment to the community, including economic conditions, neighborhood growth and affordable housing. 

Neighborhood growth and investment

As Charlotte attracts new residents, council members are committed to building and investing in the neighborhoods that are the building blocks of this great city.  

Economics today and beyond 

City Council members started the day by looking at national, regional and local economic and financial conditions. 


The Charlotte City Council annual strategy meeting will conclude on Friday. Additional information and resources are available here.



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