In North Raleigh, a Citizens Advisory Council voted nearly 26-to-1 against zoning for a proposed Publix grocery store in Raleigh, seen here in an artist’s rendition.
In North Raleigh, a Citizens Advisory Council voted nearly 26-to-1 against zoning for a proposed Publix grocery store in Raleigh, seen here in an artist’s rendition. Courtesy of Morgan Property Group
In North Raleigh, a Citizens Advisory Council voted nearly 26-to-1 against zoning for a proposed Publix grocery store in Raleigh, seen here in an artist’s rendition. Courtesy of Morgan Property Group

Commentary: Citizen Advistory Councils fight for a say in planning growth

July 01, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 30, 2014 03:35 PM

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