Register for the N&O community forum on growth in the Triangle
The record-setting growth in the Triangle region is a positive sign in many ways, but it also presents some critical issues:
Will there be enough housing for all the new residents? What about affordable housing for current residents displaced by gentrification? Can city and county services keep up with the demand? What about schools? Is it time to get serious about public transportation? The team of journalists following and writing about these issues at The News & Observer and The Herald-Sun want to hear from you.
So we’re inviting you to come to a community forum in our downtown Raleigh newsroom, 421 Fayetteville Street, on Monday, Oct. 14, from 6:30-8 p.m. Here’s a chance for YOU to let our journalists know what topics are most important in this era of unprecedented growth.
We’ll also share with you - publicly for the first time - a ground-breaking new effort by The N&O and Herald-Sun to fully examine the issues of growth and housing in 2020. Light refreshments will be served. Street and garage parking are usually readily available.
Questions? Contact Managing Editor Jane Elizabeth,
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