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Re: “Two views of ever-changing Hillsborough Street

"People recognize Georgetown, in Washington, D.C., as a highly valuable and exciting and distinctive destination for work and pleasure. We're helping create that same sense of identity for Hillsborough Street here in Raleigh," Murrison told me.

Georgetown has retained all of its old interesting buildings. There is no parallel here. The feel of the space and place is being completely erased and rewritten to be decidedly uninteresting and acceptable to the masses.

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Posted by Mark74 on 10/26/2014 at 12:17 PM

Re: “Career employee to DENR Sec. Skvarla: Take this job and shove it.

I received this directly from the DENR listserv. I'll keep her name "secret " too, but she is not the first person to quit in disgust. As a DENR employee myself, my simple comment here will probably get me first, exempted, then let go. By the way...funny, that in reality no person has civil service protections when you think about it....

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Posted by Mark74 on 09/02/2013 at 7:44 PM

Re: “The morning after Amendment 1: Your world. And mine.

Me and several friends touted our precinct's totals. His was 89/11 against, mine only 83/17 against. But it does help to know you at least planted yourself in a neighborhood you can live with and be happy in. Not to get biblical, but clearly the road less traveled is love and acceptance....

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Posted by Mark74 on 05/09/2012 at 10:03 PM

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