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Public-Private Partnerships for Increasing Investment in Preservation; Homeownership as Public Policy: Trends in North Carolina and Beyond; Public Participation in Transportation Planning in Greensboro; Planning City Entryways: Highway Corridors in Raleigh; The Winston-Salem Transit Authority: Planning for Mobility Management; Raleigh's Neighborhood Planning Program and Conservation Zoning Districts; The City of Charlotte's Neighborhood Matching Grants Fund; The French Broad River: Revitalizing Asheville's Riverfront; Reinventing Government in Durham: To Merge or Not To Merge; Patterns of Use in Main Street Activities: A Case Study of Downtown Chapel Hill