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August 21, 2014 4:50 PM

Thomas Parker: SERA’s self interests

Regarding the Aug. 16 news story “S.E. Raleigh still seeks fix”: As an auditor of local governments and nonprofits for almost three decades, I think I can speak with some authority as to the nonprofit Southeast Raleigh Assembly. Critics complained that SERA had abandoned its core mission of “developing long-term economic solutions for Southeast Raleigh.”

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