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for North Carolina Vol. 56 Issue 2, Feb 1997
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Brownfields are underused or abandoned commercial or industrial sites that could be used profitably except for on-site contaminants. Several Charlotte redevelopment projects have overcome obstacles. State and federal governments foster such efforts.
Many small businesses are unable to offer employees health insurance. Caroliance, a health insurance purchasing co-op, originated by the state in 1991, meets this need by linking businesses with insurance carriers.
William Cavanaugh, president and CEO of Carolina Power and Light Company, has overseen a number of challenges, including the reduction of operating costs and downsizing, to make the company ready for the 21st Century.