The former CEO of the Charlotte Area Transit System says he didn’t want to get into the mudslinging over the system’s problems… but it was totally the fault of the procurement and HR departments for why he couldn’t manage the system properly. Listen Here:
The three top officials of the Charlotte Area Transit System are out and now elected leaders who are supposed to oversee the system are shocked to find out how badly mismanaged the operation has been.
WBTV investigative reporter David Hodges discusses the swirl of scandals, questions, and problems at Charlotte Area Transit System. Listen Here:
Dozens of far left activists attacked police and burned equipment at a construction site near Atlanta that will eventually be a police and fire training facility. One of the people arrested is the adult child of a longtime Charlotte leader. Listen Here:
In an 8-3 vote last night, the Charlotte City Council approved a rezoning petition from Chik-Fil-A to tear down its existing store in Cotswold and replace it with a drive-thru only facility. Listen Here:
America’s big cities are struggling to overcome an existential confluence of threats that is driving people to move farther away. Listen Here:
In this hour, Transformation Tuesday. Should Florida Governor Ron DeSantis run in 2024, even if Donald Trump is looking for the nomination? Also, more on Charlotte’s new approval of social districts.
The Charlotte Ledger reports that more people moved away from Mecklenburg County than moved in. The only reason the population grew was because of births. Good thing Charlotte voters just re-elected City Council members to maintain the status quo!
Bill Crowder and Otis Crowder, co-owners of Crowder Construction, join Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and WBT News reporter Jeff Atkinson to talk about their company celebrating 75 years of building Charlotte.
The Charlotte City Council looks to spend $215 million to renovate the Uptown arena. Plus, the streetcar project raises concerns. And Charlotte has two of the most dangerous roads in NC.