Kenneth Johnson, a state employee assigned to Dorothea Dix maintenance, mows a large meadow on Tuesday at the Dorothea Dix Hospital Campus in Raleigh shortly after the State of North Carolina agreed to sell the property to the City of Raleigh for $52 million.
Kenneth Johnson, a state employee assigned to Dorothea Dix maintenance, mows a large meadow on Tuesday at the Dorothea Dix Hospital Campus in Raleigh shortly after the State of North Carolina agreed to sell the property to the City of Raleigh for $52 million. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Kenneth Johnson, a state employee assigned to Dorothea Dix maintenance, mows a large meadow on Tuesday at the Dorothea Dix Hospital Campus in Raleigh shortly after the State of North Carolina agreed to sell the property to the City of Raleigh for $52 million. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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