Sunshine blog: controversial Hillsborough St. zoning cases passes council

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Raleigh city councilors passed a controversial zoning case Tuesday. The case changes a large swath of property near the intersection of Hillsborough and Morgan streets to make way for a new development. What that new development will look like is still a question, but see the approved set of zoning conditions in the document below.

Council approved the zoning 6-1 with District D’s Thomas Crowder voting against.

Councilors did make one change at their meeting today. Elizabeth Alley with the planning department writes in an email to the Record: “This is the version that was approved today at Council with one revision: adding the word ‘similar’ on p.11 in reference to architectural features.”

Editor’s note: The editor’s spouse has publicly opposed this zoning case, but her views are her own and in no way effect the Record’s reporting on this issue.

7201 Hills Borough Morgan SSP 10_1018 Redline

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