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5550
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Charlotte's Neighborhood Matching Grants Fund seeks to improve the city's quality of life through matching grants to qualified neighborhood organizations for projects that would improve the area's living, working, playing, and shopping.
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Carolina Planning (NoCar HT 393 N8 C29x), Vol. 20 Issue 2, 1995, p43-47
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24928
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In 1993 the highest instances of murder occurred in Charlotte. Since then, the efforts to reduce that number have increased tremendously with excellent results. The road to this success is relayed through stories of murders in 1993.
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34425
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Mayor Vi Lyles swept into office last year with a resounding win over her Republican opponent, Charlotte City Council member Kenny Smith, and a mandate for change that also transformed the makeup of the eleven-member council. Lyles is the city’s first black female mayor and is committed to addressing affordable housing, policing, employment, and other civic issues.
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