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    North Carolina Smart Growth Alliance web site: are they still active?

    Does anyone know if the NC Smart Growth Alliance is still active? Their website ncsmartgrowth.org is now a frontpage for vacation deals in the typical shoddy format that you see around the internet for place holding webpages. NC SGA did a great document in 2004 on healthy rural communities and I was just wondering if they are still around and if they can be contacted?
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    Tide-I have not heard either way, but it may be a question to send out the NC Plan list serve. If anyone would know, that collective group would.
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    Quote Originally posted by beach_bum View post
    Tide-I have not heard either way, but it may be a question to send out the NC Plan list serve. If anyone would know, that collective group would.
    Not hooked up on the NC Plan list serve. Is that through the NCAPA?
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    Its through the UNC School of Gov...check your inbox for the link.
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