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  • Neighbors opposed Publix development in northern Durham

    Keith LePage, who lives in the Lockhaven Hills neighborhood off Latta Road, explains why he is opposed to the Publix-anchored shopping center and residential development on the corner of Guess and Latta roads. Supporters say they welcome more grocery store choices and retail options in northern Durham. Opponents, like LePage, say they are concerned about the commercial shopping center upending the residential area.

Keith LePage, who lives in the Lockhaven Hills neighborhood off Latta Road, explains why he is opposed to the Publix-anchored shopping center and residential development on the corner of Guess and Latta roads. Supporters say they welcome more grocery store choices and retail options in northern Durham. Opponents, like LePage, say they are concerned about the commercial shopping center upending the residential area.
Keith LePage, who lives in the Lockhaven Hills neighborhood off Latta Road, explains why he is opposed to the Publix-anchored shopping center and residential development on the corner of Guess and Latta roads. Supporters say they welcome more grocery store choices and retail options in northern Durham. Opponents, like LePage, say they are concerned about the commercial shopping center upending the residential area.

Durham Planning Commission votes against Publix rezoning

February 14, 2017 9:37 PM