Anybody in Raleigh FOR high-speed rail? No, seriously —

August 27, 2010 at 10:17 pm 1 comment

See Bob Geary’s fabulous post from the Independent online.  Be sure to open the PDF and scroll down for more information on a new option that is being floated!

PS – jump in the conversation – add a comment to Bob’s post


Entry filed under: Community Meeting, Five Points, High Speed Rail, NC3, SEHSR.

Reminder: Five Points CAC Meeting Tonight! A Unanimous Vote!

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  • 1. Laurie Boyette  |  September 7, 2010 at 11:27 pm

    I’m very proud glad to be a founding member of Don’t Railroad Historic Five Points. I’m also very proud of our NO NC3 neighbors, Glenwood Brooklyn Neighborhood Association and all the citizens that have put forth time and resources to protect our homes, our way of life and taxpayer money.

    Today was a good first step toward mitigation of all things High Speed Rail in Raleigh. WIth intelegence, blood and sweat, and a remarkable level of civility, citizens have been able to slow the pace of what was once a runaway project. Very recently and ever so quietly, this project was moving past as we slept blissfully ignorantly in neighborhoods throughout Raleigh. NOT SO FAST. We are fully present and are in for the long haul. Our taxpayer money, our sweat and blood and we are fully present.

    Thank you, Carole Meyer, for your leadership and cool head. You deserve a medal.


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