Councilors Tuesday approved a consultant for the transit station master planning process and a public hearing for a south Raleigh resurfacing project. In other news, Raleigh roosters are off the chopping block.
State officials say they will support Raleigh’s move to ask the state legislature to change a law that prevents permanent structures from being built on Moore Square. The city will need the change in order to move ahead with the proposed redesign of Moore Square.
The Raleigh City Council may be able to strike a deal with the state to move ahead with the Moore Square redesign. Councilors also approved parking changes, two bonds for the October ballot and ended sidewalk assessments.