New State Law Can Cut Public Out of Subdivision Cases

Wake Forest Gazette

A new state law, 160-D enacted in 2019, means that planning staff can review, require revisions and approve subdivision plans without a chance for a public hearing with citizen comments. The Wake Forest Planning Department is currently making changes to comply with the new law before July 1 of th… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story

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