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for Popular Government Vol. 58 Issue 3, Winter 1993
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Wake County has established a bold policy concerning access to public information held in governmental databases.
Harrison addresses the history of North Carolina's Community Service Program and concludes that the program's effectiveness could be even greater with a more focused and rigorous application.
Community agencies often request public funds from city or county governments. This article reviews the varied requirements and procedures used across North Carolina.
Private citizens in North Carolina are participating in a grassroots movement to set aside areas in land trusts that will preserve wildlife habitats and relieve pressure on government to purchase such lands.
Local government officials face the task of balancing two sometimes competing goals: fair competition for government contracts and saving public funds.