The debate is between proponents of a “trickle-down” approach to housing VS. a “bottom up” approach that would help those in the greatest need find affordable housing FIRST.
Sign up to speak at the October 6 City Council meeting by 5 p.m. Friday, October 2. Yard Waste Center re-opens. Holiday Express cancelled. Meetings on stormwater, transit, and Affordable Housing. Make your plan to VOTE. Get counted for the Census.
The steeply wooded hillsides above Azalea Falls are, as detailed in the NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources designation of statewide ecological significance, INTEGRAL to Azalea Falls’ unique forest ecology and aquatic habitats. No wooded hillsides, no Azalea Falls.
After 1916, Oberlin Village was a textbook case of white gentrification of a formerly black community. Dial ahead 100 years: The gentrification of formerly all-black Southeast Raleigh is history repeating itself.
After months of encouragement, City Council finally offered a small commitment toward meeting the most pressing needs of Raleigh’s growing affordable housing crisis. Livable Raleigh continues to encourage the Raleigh City Council to commit at least 50% of annual housing funds to the critical documented needs for households at or below 30% AMI.