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State political leaders have known for decades that the Department of Motor Vehicles needed to move out of its headquarters on New Bern Avenue in Raleigh.
State political leaders have known for decades that the Department of Motor Vehicles needed to move out of its headquarters on New Bern Avenue in Raleigh.
 
Budget writers working on the state's 2016-17 spending plan received the OK to increase the amount of money to open new psychiatric beds around the state from $12 million to $18 million, using proceeds from the sale of the Dorothea Dix campus in Raleigh, while eliminating a controversial regulation.
Budget writers working on the state's 2016-17 spending plan received the OK to increase the amount of money to open new psychiatric beds around the state from $12 million to $18 million, using proceeds from the sale of the Dorothea Dix campus in Raleigh, while eliminating a controversial regulation.
 
After years of stalemate, 2015 was the year that Governor Pat McCrory and the state of North Carolina finalized the sale of the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh.
After years of stalemate, 2015 was the year that Governor Pat McCrory and the state of North Carolina finalized the sale of the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced today that the State of North Carolina has finalized the sale of the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh
Governor Pat McCrory and Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced today that the State of North Carolina has finalized the sale of the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh
 
The North Carolina Council of State unanimously approved an agreement today that will sell the 300 acre-plus Dorothea Dix campus to the City of Raleigh for approximately $52 million. The agreement was reached by the McCrory Administration and City of Raleigh earlier this year.
The North Carolina Council of State unanimously approved an agreement today that will sell the 300 acre-plus Dorothea Dix campus to the City of Raleigh for approximately $52 million. The agreement was reached by the McCrory Administration and City of Raleigh earlier this year.
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after the Raleigh City Council approved a contract that calls for the City of Raleigh to purchase the 300-acre Dorothea Dix property from the State of North Carolina for approximately $52 million.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after the Raleigh City Council approved a contract that calls for the City of Raleigh to purchase the 300-acre Dorothea Dix property from the State of North Carolina for approximately $52 million.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced today that state and municipal leaders have tentatively agreed to a deal that would sell the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh.
Governor Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced today that state and municipal leaders have tentatively agreed to a deal that would sell the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh.
 
If anyone you love is mentally ill God help you, because the odds of getting adequate help elsewhere are about as good as winning the lottery. I speak from experience. My brother is bi-polar.
If anyone you love is mentally ill God help you, because the odds of getting adequate help elsewhere are about as good as winning the lottery. I speak from experience. My brother is bi-polar.
 
This is a serious subject. It is drawing some good early response. It is not the kind of subject you can write a definite final “thus saith the Lord” treatise on. I would like to be the leader of discussion rather than some arbitrator.
This is a serious subject. It is drawing some good early response. It is not the kind of subject you can write a definite final “thus saith the Lord” treatise on. I would like to be the leader of discussion rather than some arbitrator.
 
After years of scrambling and squabbling about the fate of the Dorothea Dix campus near downtown Raleigh, the two sides are finally doing the right thing: negotiating the size and price of the land parcel that city taxpayers will be purchasing from state taxpayers.
After years of scrambling and squabbling about the fate of the Dorothea Dix campus near downtown Raleigh, the two sides are finally doing the right thing: negotiating the size and price of the land parcel that city taxpayers will be purchasing from state taxpayers.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and House Speaker Thom Tillis got together today to help the partisan Democrats who run the city of Raleigh shove a knife in the backs of the legislative majority that voted to block the highly-questionable deal.
Governor Pat McCrory and House Speaker Thom Tillis got together today to help the partisan Democrats who run the city of Raleigh shove a knife in the backs of the legislative majority that voted to block the highly-questionable deal.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane have asked the General Assembly to set the effective date of the Dorothea Dix lease bill to next year, in order to give the State of North Carolina and the City of Raleigh time to negotiate an improved deal.
Governor Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane have asked the General Assembly to set the effective date of the Dorothea Dix lease bill to next year, in order to give the State of North Carolina and the City of Raleigh time to negotiate an improved deal.
 
The mission statement of Dix306.org, a lobbying group pushing to preserve a lease struck in December between the Perdue administration and the city of Raleigh, reads...
The mission statement of Dix306.org, a lobbying group pushing to preserve a lease struck in December between the Perdue administration and the city of Raleigh, reads...
 
Democrats' last minute sweetheart deal to hand over Dix hospital property to the city of Raleigh is collapsing, and boys are those lefties upset.
Democrats' last minute sweetheart deal to hand over Dix hospital property to the city of Raleigh is collapsing, and boys are those lefties upset.
 
We have been entrusted by you, the taxpayers of our state, to make fiscally and legally responsible decisions that are in the best interests of all North Carolinians.
We have been entrusted by you, the taxpayers of our state, to make fiscally and legally responsible decisions that are in the best interests of all North Carolinians.
 
Imagine that the first-term governor of your state declined to seek reelection. In the interim between the election of his successor and his leaving office, this lame-duck governor sought to use the power of his office to make a last-minute real estate deal.
Imagine that the first-term governor of your state declined to seek reelection. In the interim between the election of his successor and his leaving office, this lame-duck governor sought to use the power of his office to make a last-minute real estate deal.
 
March Madness is the moniker given the NCAA basketball tournament championship, but this year in North Carolina it is taking on new meaning. Seems like everyone is mad about something.
March Madness is the moniker given the NCAA basketball tournament championship, but this year in North Carolina it is taking on new meaning. Seems like everyone is mad about something.
 
Governor Perdue was wrong on several levels to have committed the state to an agreement over the Dorothea Dix property, but so is the legislature wrong in reneging on the deal.
Governor Perdue was wrong on several levels to have committed the state to an agreement over the Dorothea Dix property, but so is the legislature wrong in reneging on the deal.
 
The Governor just last week swung a deal to give away Dorothea Dix to allow it to become a park to attract visitors to Raleigh.
The Governor just last week swung a deal to give away Dorothea Dix to allow it to become a park to attract visitors to Raleigh.
 
We're in the top ten in the nation -- in terms of unemployment. Of the 19 states STILL indebted to the federal government for repayment of emergency unemployment funds, North Carolina has the third highest debt behind only New York and California.
We're in the top ten in the nation -- in terms of unemployment. Of the 19 states STILL indebted to the federal government for repayment of emergency unemployment funds, North Carolina has the third highest debt behind only New York and California.
 
The physical abandonment of the Dorothea Dix campus in Raleigh is a final exclamation point on the state's moral abandonment of the mentally ill, essentially returning us to mid-19th century conditions when the mentally ill were confined to jails, locked in attics or hidden from sight in poorhouses.
The physical abandonment of the Dorothea Dix campus in Raleigh is a final exclamation point on the state's moral abandonment of the mentally ill, essentially returning us to mid-19th century conditions when the mentally ill were confined to jails, locked in attics or hidden from sight in poorhouses.
 
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