Posted on 29 August 2013.
Posted in Calendar, Town Hall
Posted on 19 August 2013.
The Davidson Green School is renovating a single family home on 3.2 acres on South Main Street. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
Organizers of the proposed Davidson Green School are continuing to seek approvals they need to open in September at 511 S. Main St. in Davidson, and they recently began renovations to transform the single-family house there into a school. Even as they do, residents of the nearby Twin Oaks neighborhood are fighting to stop the project, which they say will bring traffic and affect their quality of life.
One neighbor has even hired a lawyer and filed an appeal of the the town's July approval of the school's site plan. That appeal will be heard by the Davidson Board of Adjustment, though no date has been set yet for the meeting. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Cornelius, Environment, Living with Growth, Nonprofit news, Planning & Development, Schools, South Main Street, Town Hall
Posted on 02 August 2013.
Construction is continuing on Carolinas HealthCare System’s new behavioral health hospital in east Davidson, which is scheduled to open in 2014. As CHS gets ready for the opening, it’s hosting a free community seminar on behavioral health Aug. 8 in Davidson. We have an update on the project and more about the free seminar today in HEALTH & FITNESS»
Also on our Health & Fitness page this week:
Aug. 2, 2013, Craig White makes Charlotte and US best-docs lists
July 31, 2013, “Lake Norman Regional sold as part of $7.6B deal”
Posted in Calendar, East Davidson, Health & Fitness, Living with Growth
Posted on 31 July 2013.
By DAVID BORAKS
Davidson’s efforts over the past couple of years to incorporate public health impacts into planning are in the spotlight this week as the town hosts the first ever Southeast Regional Health Impact Assessment Summit. About 65 professionals in public health and planning began arriving Wednesday afternoon for the conference at Davidson College and other venues.
“It’s huge,” said Katherine Hebert, the town’s Davidson Design 4 Life coordinator. “This is the first regional health impact assessment symposium of its kind, much less in the Southeast.”
LISTEN to an audio interview with Katherine Hebert below.
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Posted in Calendar, Downtown & old Davidson, Environment, Life in Davidson, Living with Growth, Planning & Development, Town Hall