When residents pointed out that a century-old family cemetery would be disturbed to make room for the new four-lane road project on Leesville Road, the city council sent the plans back to the Public Works committee to find a compromise.
North Raleigh residents are pushing for a closer look at the impact a proposed subdivision could have on their neighborhood streets. Raleigh has responded by agreeing to study traffic problems in Falls of Neuse Road neighborhoods, but will it have an effect on the developer’s plans?
The city recently approved a new affordable housing complex called Passage Home. But with more than 56,000 Raleigh residents living in poverty, the need for more low-income housing remains great in a time when new developments are harder to come by.
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