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Nooze Hounds: Will Communities Benefit From the Comprehensive Plan?

Episode 39

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Keba Samuel (left) and Rickey Hall talk comprehensive plans on Nooze Hounds. (Photo by Ryan PItkin)

On Episode 39 of the Nooze Hounds podcast, we talked with Keba Samuel, vice chair of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Planning Commission; and Rickey Hall of the West Boulevard Neighborhood Coalition and the Charlotte Community Benefits Coalition about the Charlotte 2040 Future Comprehensive Plan.  You can read more about the comprehensive plan in our latest news feature

The group breaks down all the buzzwords, controversies, myths and misperceptions around the comprehensive plan, and discusses at length the inclusion of Community Benefits Agreements as a goal for the future of planning and development in Charlotte. You can read our latest news feature for more about the Charlotte 2040 Future Comprehensive Plan. 

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