Monthly Archives: June 2015

BREAKING NEWS: NC SENATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER REPEALING REZONING PROTEST PETITONS

By the time you read this the Commerce Committee in the NC Senate will likely have begun considering repealing the right of every homeowner in the state to file a protest petition against rezoning actions. Every homeowner has had this … Continue reading

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City Council Hearing For Remapping

The City Council hearing for the remapping of about 30,000 city properties will be held July 7 at 7pm in City Council Chambers on the second floor of 222 W. Hargett Street. Parking is pretty straight forward. In this picture, … Continue reading

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For Immediate Release: 45 North Raleigh Homeowners File Valid Statutory Protest Petition Against Raleigh’s UDO Remapping

For Immediate Release: 45 North Raleigh Homeowners File Valid Statutory Protest Petition Against Raleigh’s UDO Remapping From: The North Raleigh Coalition of Homeowners (NORCHOA) June 26, 2015 This week 45 North Raleigh homeowners filed a Valid Statutory Protest Petition (VSPP) … Continue reading

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: PLEASE ATTEND PUBLIC HEARING JULY 7

Hello Everyone, On July 7 at 7pm City Council will hold a public hearing in City Council Chambers at 222 W. Hargett Street. On the agenda for that hearing is Z-27-14, the rezoning case for the citywide remapping of UDO … Continue reading

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The Path to NX – A Reasonable and Fair Proposal

A few days ago North Raleigh residents from River Oaks, Bedford, Oakcroft, Falls River, Wood Spring, and Daltons Ridge met with Councilor John Odom to discuss what all in attendance agree is a reasonable and fair plan for mapping properties … Continue reading

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Official Minutes of City Council Hearing On Dunn/Falls Rezoning

The official minutes from the May 12 hearing have been published. Here is an excerpt: “Mr. Stephenson moved that the Council find that Z-1-14 is not reasonable and in the public interest for a number of reasons. It is incompatible … Continue reading

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