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    A Huge Step Forward on Dix Park

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    Today, the City of Raleigh took another step toward cementing its status as a world-class city by obtaining the land for a world-class park.

    When the North Carolina Council of State voted today to approve our agreement with the State of North Carolina to buy the Dorothea Dix property, Raleigh gained over 300 spectacular acres on the edge of downtown. When I see Dix Park, I see over 300 acres of potential - potential first bike rides, first games of catch, first family picnics and first dates. I see potential engagement photos in front of the skyline, potential art installations and potential movie sets. I see all the potential in those 300 acres that people once saw in the undeveloped land of other cities.

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