Under a canopy of puffy clouds, the city skyline is seen from the Dorothea Dix Hospital cemetery on the Dix campus in Raleigh on June 1, 2015. After years of haggling between city and state leaders about the city’s acquiring the property, now city planners are addressing how to specifically develop the land.
Under a canopy of puffy clouds, the city skyline is seen from the Dorothea Dix Hospital cemetery on the Dix campus in Raleigh on June 1, 2015. After years of haggling between city and state leaders about the city’s acquiring the property, now city planners are addressing how to specifically develop the land. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Under a canopy of puffy clouds, the city skyline is seen from the Dorothea Dix Hospital cemetery on the Dix campus in Raleigh on June 1, 2015. After years of haggling between city and state leaders about the city’s acquiring the property, now city planners are addressing how to specifically develop the land. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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