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Even before Joshua Gajownik graduated from N.C. State's College of Design in 2004, he knew he needed to leave Raleigh. It wasn't the university's fault. The award-winning design program had won him over from aerospace engineering. He had made typefaces and crafted…

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Interesting and relevant topic, but more interesting that the News & Observer has knowingly and willfully ignored this issue, as …

by George Farthing on Raleigh Elections May Turn on Whether the City’s 19 CACs Can Really Represent 460,000 Residents (Wake County)

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Interesting and relevant topic, but more interesting that the News & Observer has knowingly and willfully ignored this issue, as …

by George Farthing on Raleigh Elections May Turn on Whether the City’s 19 CACs Can Really Represent 460,000 Residents (Wake County)

Section 2.2.7 of UDO addresses residential infill compatibility and it states that infill should "accommodate and encourage compatible development in …

by Betty Brandt Williamson on In a Mid-Century Raleigh Neighborhood, New Mansions Are Built So High They Block Out the Sun (Wake County)

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