Charlotte Talks Friday News Roundup: Mayoral Candidates On WFAE; MLS Bid Over; On The Table CLT
Friday, October 27 2017
On the Friday News Roundup, the two candidates for Charlotte mayor met this week on Charlotte Talks. Our panel will go over their differences and similarities. Our bid for Major League Soccer appears to be dead. Five thousand people gathered for the first “On the Table Charlotte” event to talk about ways to improve the region. And the question of what to do about the old Eastland Mall site comes up for discussion again. Host Mike Collins and the Roundup Reporters will have details on those stories and more.
On this edition of the local news roundup…. Charlotte Talks hosted our mayoral candidate event this week. We’ll discuss where the differences between the two candidates emerged, and what they had to say.
The first “On the Table Charlotte” event happened this week around Charlotte, which was an opportunity for people around the county to come together and talk about ways to improve the community. More than 5,000 people were expected to gather in groups around the region. We’ll talk about what was discussed.
And there’s renewed talk about the future of the site of the demolished Eastland Mall. The city’s economic development committee heard an update on Thursday and we’ll let you in on the details.
Those stories and much more with host Mike Collins and a roundtable of reporters, on the Friday News Roundup.
Tom Bullock, WFAE reporter.
Ann Doss Helms, reporter for The Charlotte Observer.
Erik Spanberg, senior staff writer at the Charlotte Business Journal.
Nick Ochsner, reporter for WBTV News.