The fate of this undeveloped lot off of Yates Store Road in Cary, pictured here on Dec. 26, 2017, is being debated by residents and a proposed charter school. The school, Cardinal Charter Academy West, wants to build a 2,030-student campus on this site, which is zoned for a school, but residents of nearby subdivisions say the traffic would be too much for the surrounding streets to handle.
The fate of this undeveloped lot off of Yates Store Road in Cary, pictured here on Dec. 26, 2017, is being debated by residents and a proposed charter school. The school, Cardinal Charter Academy West, wants to build a 2,030-student campus on this site, which is zoned for a school, but residents of nearby subdivisions say the traffic would be too much for the surrounding streets to handle. Autumn Linford
The fate of this undeveloped lot off of Yates Store Road in Cary, pictured here on Dec. 26, 2017, is being debated by residents and a proposed charter school. The school, Cardinal Charter Academy West, wants to build a 2,030-student campus on this site, which is zoned for a school, but residents of nearby subdivisions say the traffic would be too much for the surrounding streets to handle. Autumn Linford

In Cary, a new kind of development fight: Neighbors push back against new school

January 08, 2018 01:01 PM

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