A Unanimous Vote!

August 27, 2010 at 11:36 pm 1 comment

The final vote is confirmed – the Five Points CAC was loud and clear last night on NC3:

     Oppose:  88

     Support:  0. Not a single vote.

Just like the NC DOT Comparison Chart, there is not one reason to support NC3. 

We’ve made huge strides in just a few short weeks!  Now, let’s take this to the next step and show City Council on Tuesday how serious we are in our opposition of NC3!  This coming Tuesday, Aug 31st:

     5:00 – 6:30 pm – Rally in the Park. The more people we have there, the stronger our message to City Council! Nash Square across from City Council building. 

    7:00 pm – City Council Public Hearing on High Speed Rail. This is it!

City Council plans to vote a few days after the hearing and provide recommendation to NCDOT by September 7th.

Bring a neighbor! See you there!

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Anybody in Raleigh FOR high-speed rail? No, seriously — Come Rally Before the City Council Hearing

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Bob Anderson  |  August 28, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    I suggest we all wear BLACK to the council meeting, so we can be easily identified by the members. It’ll make a stronger showing.
    We should all be prepared to stand up together at some point in the meeting as well.

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