CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte City Council will make a decision Monday night about controversial walls that would cut down on the noise on Interstate 77 and Interstate 277.
The city asked people who live near the interstates for their input and based on the feedback, a city council committee recommended brick walls between the I-277 and I-85 exits and concrete walls north of that.
Council is expected to vote against noise walls on I-277 since so many people were concerned it would take away from the skyline view.
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