Local News Roundup: Charlotte's Redistricting Maps Unveiled; COVID-19 Update; Streetcar's Low Ridership
On the next Charlotte Talks Local News Roundup:
Charlotte’s redistricting process progresses this week as City Council’s committee on redistricting releases three possible maps for public review. We’ll talk about what the maps look like and what council members said.
North Carolina, as a state, is also preparing for redistricting. We'll hear what people had to say at a recent public meeting on the topic.
After Latta Plantation closed earlier this year following concerns about an event planned around the Juneteenth holiday, the county is discussing the future of the historic site. We’ll talk about the group that has been assembled to figure it out.
This week, 375 employees from Novant Health were suspended for not following the company’s COVID-19 vaccine policy. We’ll talk about what will happen to those workers and give an overall update on the virus, the vaccine and compliance in our region.
Charlotte’s new, free streetcar's ridership is low, so will they start charging people to ride? The city holds a public hearing to get consensus.
Mike Collins and our roundtable of reporters delve into those stories and all the week’s top news on the Charlotte Talks Local News Roundup.
Erik Spanberg, managing editor for the Charlotte Business Journal
Mary C. Curtis, columnist for Rollcall.com, and host of the Rollcall podcast “Equal Time”
Steve Harrison, WFAE’s political reporter
Joe Bruno, WSOC-TV reporter