Raleigh has revived our nation’s now despised legacy of explicitly race-biased policies aimed at destroying Black neighborhoods.
Adding density does not ease escalating housing costs, but does just the opposite, by driving up land values
The widening gap between housing costs and most incomes is caused by escalating land prices, not construction costs or zoning rules.
One year ago, this Council used the excuse of ‘too much white CAC privilege’ to justify and conceal their own white privileged suppression of all Black CAC voices.
In a recent interview with mayoral candidate Terrance Ruth, the Indy’s Jane Porter began by asking why he is running. His answer was plain and to the point: “because I have seen the slow dissolving of public trust in our city.”
Did you hear about this tax increment thing that’s happening in Raleigh? Sounds a little sketchy to me! Mega-developer John Kane wants hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer funds to pay for his Downtown South sports stadium.
City Council work session and afternoon session on Tuesday, including update on Short-Term Rentals text change. Other meetings on Dix Park, Greenstormwater Infrastructure, and the Slave Dwelling Project. Check out our latest blogs on LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections, Council’s response to requests for an African-American Advisory Board, and Livable Raleigh’s January 30 Q&A forum on 2021 Raleigh City Elections