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A vision for downtown Raleigh that includes water 

The earliest vision of Raleigh, planned by William Christmas in 1792, was a grid in a territory of forest and floodplains near where early lawmakers liked to drink. Yet, nearly unique among state capitals, Raleigh has no substantial body of water flowing…

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