Robin Abrams and her husband Simon Atkinson have a small cottage behind their home on Forest Road in Raleigh. They are opposed to restrictions by the City of Raleigh that currently prohibit residents from living in similar structures behind their main residence. They have used their cottage to house visiting professors at N.C. State for short periods of time.
Robin Abrams and her husband Simon Atkinson have a small cottage behind their home on Forest Road in Raleigh. They are opposed to restrictions by the City of Raleigh that currently prohibit residents from living in similar structures behind their main residence. They have used their cottage to house visiting professors at N.C. State for short periods of time. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Robin Abrams and her husband Simon Atkinson have a small cottage behind their home on Forest Road in Raleigh. They are opposed to restrictions by the City of Raleigh that currently prohibit residents from living in similar structures behind their main residence. They have used their cottage to house visiting professors at N.C. State for short periods of time. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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