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Between 1990 and 1995, the state's metropolitan areas grew faster than non-metropolitan ones, with the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill and Wilmington areas showing the largest growth rate.
An interview with a former Clinton and Obama administrations housing official revealed a perception balancing optimism and realism. He suggests cities can generate progress through initiatives such as infrastructure growth from a responsible management of public assets. Progress can be assured in cities, he believes, by investing in these areas: innovation, infrastructure, and inclusion. As for the growing urban-rural divide, Katz proposes it can be overcome by intermediaries between what he called the core city and rural periphery.