Town Council to vote on hospital expansion plans in North Carolina
Charlotte Observer, December 3, 2007
The Town Council in Pineville, NC, will decide whether or not to approve a patient tower as part of Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville's plans to expand and renovate the facility. The town-imposed height limit for the hospital's buildings is 75 feet, but the hospital wants that raised to 150 feet in some parts of the campus.
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