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The commentary below was prepared by Fred Belliden, the developer's architect from Clearscapes.
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As shown in the plans that are online, the unit count and overall arrangement is identical to what we last showed the Glenwood-Brooklyn neighborhood. There are a total of (8) units, including the existing house at the corner of Glenwood and Jefferson. Each unit has an individual front entry and porch facing the street. With the exception of the existing house, all parking is accommodated in basement garages under each unit and parking access is from the rear alley.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church located at 714 E. Whitaker Mill Road. Attendees can meet with the staff from both the City of Raleigh and W.K. Dickson, the engineering consultant, to ask questions and address concerns. A questionnaire was sent to residents in the Five Points area and those attending the meeting were asked to complete and bring it with them to the meeting.
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For more information, contact Cordis Thompson at 996-3030.
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