(From left to right) City Councilman John Odom, Mayor Nancy McFarlane, Councilman Eugene Weeks, and Councilman Russ Stephenson get their food before the Raleigh City Council's first-ever lunch meeting is held in the City Hall building on Tuesday.
(From left to right) City Councilman John Odom, Mayor Nancy McFarlane, Councilman Eugene Weeks, and Councilman Russ Stephenson get their food before the Raleigh City Council's first-ever lunch meeting is held in the City Hall building on Tuesday. cseward@newsobserver.com
(From left to right) City Councilman John Odom, Mayor Nancy McFarlane, Councilman Eugene Weeks, and Councilman Russ Stephenson get their food before the Raleigh City Council's first-ever lunch meeting is held in the City Hall building on Tuesday. cseward@newsobserver.com

Raleigh City Council launches lunch meetings

March 05, 2014 11:52 AM

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