From the 29th floor of downtown’s Wells Fargo building, the steeple of Hayes Barton Baptist Church sticks out from Raleigh’s tree canopy in 2012. City leaders worry potential legislation could prevent Raleigh from preserving trees.
From the 29th floor of downtown’s Wells Fargo building, the steeple of Hayes Barton Baptist Church sticks out from Raleigh’s tree canopy in 2012. City leaders worry potential legislation could prevent Raleigh from preserving trees. srocco@newsobserver.com
From the 29th floor of downtown’s Wells Fargo building, the steeple of Hayes Barton Baptist Church sticks out from Raleigh’s tree canopy in 2012. City leaders worry potential legislation could prevent Raleigh from preserving trees. srocco@newsobserver.com

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