News for January 7

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Raleigh City Council and the Wake County Board of Education met yesterday.

From council…

The city will sell 25 lots to a nonprofit developer to relocate houses, from the N&O.

NBC17 reports on the evening session budget hearing.

WRAL says council gave the okay to moving forward with more parking meters from downtown.

From the school board…

Wake schools preparing for a tight budget year, from the N&O.

The N&O says the school board has come up with a novel way to avoid sales taxes: lease properties to the tax-exempt county.

Schools want class size waiver, again from the N&O.

Less money and more students for Wake Tech

NBC17 reports Wake Tech is trying to cut its budget by 4 percent while enrollment is going up.

Downtown condo sales slow, but not as bad as many cities

The Triangle Business Journal says developers are still selling condos despite the recession.

Blount Street project delayed

The developer on the project at the corner of Blount and Peace streets is having trouble finding funding, again from the TBJ.

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