From the N&O:
VOTES COMING UP ON RALEIGH PROPOSALS
Two historic areas in Raleigh are the subjects of votes this week.
Today, residents of the Glenwood-Brooklyn neighborhood across from Fletcher Park near downtown will be watching how Wake County commissioners vote on the George's Mews apartment proposal. Many residents oppose an effort to convert the 26-unit complex into low-income housing, including eight units for people with physical and mental disabilities. The $2.14 million project is to be funded by the city, Wake County and state agencies.
On Tuesday, the Raleigh City Council will consider the Wake schools' plan to make a parking lot out of the front lawn of 79-year-old Broughton High School. This is an appeal of the Planning Commission's 6-3 rejection of the school's plan last week.
More Glenwood-Brooklyn stories here:
North Raleigh News
Broughton's front lawn is covered here:
Planning Commission decision