CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Electrolux wants the city's approval to expand.
The appliance maker currently sits on 90 acres of land in the University Research Park and they want to add offices and parking.
Officials are also asking for the land to be rezoned so they can add several new streets.
A zoning committee will make a recommendation within the next few weeks then city leaders will vote next month.
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