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for Southern City Vol. 45 Issue 7, July 1995
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To bring companies and jobs to their area, competing cities sometimes offer attractive incentives, like use of a speculative building. While this can be a sound business approach, it can also be detrimental, creating costs that have not been budgeted.
Raleigh's new Development Plan Review Center has reduced the time for reviewing a developer's plans from 25 days to 5 days. The one person/one plan approach provides the developers with a facilitator for guidance through the plan approval process.
327 out of 524 cities in the state responded to a North Carolina League of Municipalities survey on 28 types of ordinances. Most common were zoning for manufactured homes and vicious dogs, while least common were those pertaining to AIDS.