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Sam Alcine 
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Re: “Is Raleigh Plan to Revamp Citizens Advisory Councils a Boon for Residents—or Developers?

It is important to safeguard the CAC platform to serve as an advisory body to City Council as stated in Article I, Section 1 of the CAC Bylaws that speaks to the purpose of the CACs.

It is vitally necessary that the primary goal of the CAC forum continues to be to supply feedback to City Council and other City agencies.

CACs are the only body that is truly citizen led in this growing city. Replacing it with a City Council led body will not make CACs better. It will replace them. I hope Mayor McFarlane and City council can bring in the CACs and put in place steps and processes that will ensure consistency across CACs and make them better thereby make Raleigh better.

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Posted by Sam Alcine on 05/11/2017 at 10:09 PM

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