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Wednesday, May 3, 2006

Capping Fayetteville growth

Posted By on Wed, May 3, 2006 at 6:04 AM

The Fayetteville Council last night capped downtown building height at six stories in a commercial zoning that primarily applies to Dickson Street. A couple of taller buildings already approved will be grandfathered in. The Morning News story includes a nice photo of a high-profile building rising over low-rise Dickson Street, the historic college drag that has been at the center of  the community debate on the issue.

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