Raleigh’s City Hall on Hargett Street downtown was built in 1983. The city wants to tear down the building and create a new government complex.
Raleigh’s City Hall on Hargett Street downtown was built in 1983. The city wants to tear down the building and create a new government complex. N&O file photo
Raleigh’s City Hall on Hargett Street downtown was built in 1983. The city wants to tear down the building and create a new government complex. N&O file photo

Raleigh wants to tear down City Hall, build new government campus

June 20, 2017 05:31 PM

UPDATED June 22, 2017 02:36 PM

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