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Mary Burch about 2 years ago

2 weekends in spring and in fall have flea market/yard sale. The items sold and proceeds to help shelters and homeless of Fayetteville. To get people involved as well have food trucks selling food to individuals to boost participation. Can have the neighborhoods of Fayetteville challenge each other to see who can sell the most. Then the funds be given to the shelters and if we need to develop more housing for the homeless then this might help.

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As this illustration from the Boston Globe shows, Sherman and the Union Army came into Fayetteville in 1865 on their way to Bentonville and eventually the end of the war in Richmond. Sherman occupied the town, and, Union raids and personal gripes aside, took the keys to the city. The Market House represents Fayetteville. Instead of spending time on what never happened there, make note of what did happen. Slavery ended that spring of 1865 and Fayetteville and its symbol played a major role, or Leslie's would not have been still writing about it in 1915. Instead of looking for things to be angry about, think about what this building really represents.

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Andrew Privette, Registered Architect about 2 years ago

Can the city not afford to keep our buildings clean. Example:Police parking structure cornice - filthy.

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The duck pond is trashy. They are breeding.

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The Fayetteville Wonderland Festival at Festival Park would be a collection of all participating local artists and their unique talents. Their would be a maze of art highlighting popular local and global issues, technology, fashion, music, photography, etc. Local participating bands and maybe even the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra could participate. This is a big project that I would like to see the City of Fayetteville complete for the benefit of all. I have plenty of people who are interested in participating. I feel that this would be a great opportunity for the Arts Council as well as other non-profit organizations in this area. I would like to donate a large portion of the proceeds to the Cumberland County Public Schools arts and music programs. I would also like to take the top performing students to be able to submit their ideas and work for the maze of art and have them be able to volunteer and participate in the event itself; as well as the preparation and clean up process.

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In regards to slumlords inappropriate housing rented to consumers in Cumberland County. Unless the property is winterize energy efficient for winter and summer, consumer is not charge for their violations, fire alarms place throughout the resident, safe roofing and for health reason free from black mold the landlord is in violation of a $ 1000.00 fine every 30 days or immediate demolishing.

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Will Linville almost 3 years ago

If we can afford, as a community, to provide INCENTIVES to bring a chicken processing plant within city limits, I think we should be able to find some money to save the Prince Charles. Can you imagine coming down Haymount Hill without that visual landmark? Without it, that entrance into downtown is no longer framed by a beautiful, historic structure - you'll be greeted by the AIT building - a structure with ABSOLUTELY NO architectural value at all.

I hope city leaders do the right thing and save a landmark that could never, ever be replaced.

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Idea: Bike Share

Will Linville almost 3 years ago

Make bike sharing available to the downtown area as well as linear parks. Bcycle is a company that owns and maintains all equipment (so adding that option for people would be at little to no cost to the city), and is being used in cities such as Charlotte, NC.

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