Words to Live By

These people represent the neighborhoods of Greystone, Emerald Chase, Crosswinds and Steeple Chase with over 1,500 homes. The overwhelming response from the citizens in this area is “Please, no more shopping centers” and “We need more open space and less dense development.”

– Nancy McFarlane, 2002 address to City Council fighting a rezoning near her home at Lead Mine and Strickland

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One Response to Words to Live By

  1. Patrice Auspitz says:

    I wholeheartedly agree. We all live in Raleigh because we consider it to be an environment, supported by its government, which is planned with the health and well-being of its residents as the foremost consideration. We will attract good businesses only if we are wise stewards of our assets. The latter is what makes Raleigh an attractive location for business.

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