Posted on 23 July 2014.
EVENTS AT LANGTREE
- Thursday: Mooresville Convention & Visitor’s Bureau opening – 11am, LangTree at the Lake, 130 Landings Drive, Suite 102. The tourism agency will cut a ribbon to celebrate its new offices.
- Thursday: Live music at Bacchus Wine & Tapas – Thursday, July 24, 7pm – Cool River performs live for your entertainment while dining and drinking at the restaurant. Info on Facebook. Bacchus has live music every Thursday.
- Friday: LangTree Live – Shops and restaurants at LangTree Lake Norman, off I-77 Exit 31 in Mooresville, will host their first ever ]LangTree Live on Friday, July 25, from 5-10pm. With live outdoor music, drink specials at Bacchus Wine & Tapas, other shops open late with specials. And now, you can catch the sunset on LangTree’s new lakeside boardwalk. Details on Facebook.
- Keep in touch with events at LangTree on the Facebook page of developer RL West
MOORESVILLE – Construction is progressing at the $1 billion-plusLangTree Lake Norman, where a new lakeside boardwalk has been completed, and where a wave of new shops and restaurants are opening.
Meanwhile, there’s lots more on the way at the 60-acre site off I-77 Exit 31. Developer RL West hopes to break ground by late fall on the project’s second phase – including medical offices and a parking deck.
See a story and photos from LangTree in REAL ESTATE & HOME»
Posted in Business, Mooresville
Posted on 18 July 2014.
The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours networking reception Thursday at the Peninsula Yacht Club on Lake Norman. A big crowd turned out for the event, which is one of the chamber’s most popular networking events every year.
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Partygoers sat by the marina at Peninsula Yacht Club. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
Natasha Marcus (left), the Democratic candidate for the 98th District state House seat, chatted with Carmen Torres of HydroShield. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
The crowd included several volunteers from Huntersville nonprofit The Bin, which provides donated furnishings to families in need. From left, Earl Pfeffer, Susan Dewar, Lake Norman Chamber CEO Bill Russell, and Elizabeth Hobson. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
From left, Linda Hickle of Davidson Benefit Controls, Luciann Stalzer of the The Bin, and Terri Carbon, of Good Old Fashioned Auto Repair. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
From left Don Payne of All State Financial Services, Sharon Washam, Cornelius Commissioner Woody Washam, and Wendy Moran of People’s Bank, who also is a past president of the Lake Norman Chamber. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
Posted in Business, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Mooresville
Posted on 08 July 2014.
Rodger Rochelle, the NCDOT’s technical services director, addressed the Cornelius Town Board Monday. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
Rodger Rochelle is the NC Department of Transportation’s director of technical services, working deep in the trenches on contracts, technical specifications and research and development. After Monday night’s Town Board meeting at Cornelius Town Hall, he can add “punching bag” to his job description.
That’s because Rochelle also is the point man for the DOT’s plan to widen 26 miles of I-77 north of Charlotte using high occupancy toll lanes, or HOT lanes.
More than 120 people packed the Cornelius Town Board meeting room for the meeting. Although it was not a public hearing, eight residents from Cornelius, Davidson, Charlotte and Statesville spoke during the meeting’s usual public comments period. None came to support the project. Read the full story
Posted in Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Mooresville