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  • RDU faces criticism amid 25-year planning efforts

    Natalie Lew, a cyclist who lives in Raleigh, joined protesters Thursday, Aug. 25, in downtown Raleigh to object to proposed plans by the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority to develop nearby property as part of the authority's long-term planning. The groups want to preserve the property for trails and possible commercial uses.

Natalie Lew, a cyclist who lives in Raleigh, joined protesters Thursday, Aug. 25, in downtown Raleigh to object to proposed plans by the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority to develop nearby property as part of the authority's long-term planning. The groups want to preserve the property for trails and possible commercial uses. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Natalie Lew, a cyclist who lives in Raleigh, joined protesters Thursday, Aug. 25, in downtown Raleigh to object to proposed plans by the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority to develop nearby property as part of the authority's long-term planning. The groups want to preserve the property for trails and possible commercial uses. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

RDU faces criticism amid 25-year planning efforts

August 25, 2016 2:56 PM