CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Charlotte
City Council made plans on Monday night to host a convention for the National League of Cities in 2017.
The event would cost at least $1 million, but city leaders said private groups would probably foot part of the bill.
s predict the event would bring about eight times that amount to the area in economic development.
Charlotte hosted the event in December 2005.
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