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M A R
28
Wed
   Join us at CRCBR's members' only networking event on March 28 at Catawba
   Brewery. Beverages will be provided. Avoid increased registration price on-site
   by registering today.


A P R
19
Thurs
    This year's tournament will be held on April 19 at Meadow Wood Farm.
   Guarantee shooter spots by becoming a sponsor today!
   Sponsorship opportunities are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


A P R
25
Wed
    CE Day    
   Network with commercial brokers, enjoy lunch, and get all of your CE requirements
   out of the way in one day! We're offering a BICUP, GenUp, and Ethics Elective.
   Lunch is included in registration and sponsorship opportunities are available.


A P R
26
Thurs
   Join us for our next Breakfast with Brokers on April 26 at Dilworth Neighborhood
   Grille from 7:30-9:00am. Our speaker will be Stuart Hair, City of Charlotte Aviation
   Department Economic & Community Affairs Manager.

MemberNews    Member News
 
We are proud to introduce our new association members.

Congratulations to the following CRCBR members on their recent achievements. Send us your news!

Check out the open positions including a Marketing Coordinator, Property Manager and Senior Broker.
 

You can view all CRCBR events in one easy-to-access place.
Did you miss the CE classes today? Stay up-to-date and never miss another event again by checking out our event page. All CRCBR events are broken out by date and event type and have a " Download as iCal file" option, making it easier than ever to find what you're looking for and get it on your calendar.  
industry     In Case You Missed It...

Thanks to all of the RPAC contributions we received this year, CRCBR has been named one of the winners of the 2017 Local RPAC Triple Crown. This is a new award category for 2017.

The City of Charlotte is a little more than a year into a multi-year effort to draft a comprehensive Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), which will update the policies and regulations that guide land use and development in Charlotte.

The City of Charlotte has released a draft of its Transit-Oriented Development A (TOD-A) ordinance, which would allow higher-density, mixed-used development within a quarter-mile of transit stations like the CATS Blue Line. Comments are due to the City by Friday, March 23rd.

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