RALEIGH (AP) — The long-negotiated deal to sell North Carolina government property where a mental hospital stood for more than 150 years in Raleigh is complete. Top executive branch elected officials voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the sale terms of the old Dorothea Dix site to Raleigh for $52 million. Gov. Pat McCrory praised the […]
An agreement under which North Carolina will sell land to Raleigh for a large park could be finalized early next month.
Gov. Pat McCrory and Raleigh leaders announced Monday that they've reached a new $52 million deal to sell to the city land where a state mental hospital long stood, a tract Raleigh wants to use to build a large park near downtown.
The city of Raleigh has offered $38 million for the old Dorothea Dix hospital property from the state of North Carolina.
After months of grumbling by Republican legislators, a lease deal between former Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue and the city of Raleigh over 325 acres where a mental hospital once stood has been shelved until next year.
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