COLUMN: High speed trains - Part 1

Jan 11, 2012 Full story: Independent Tribune

Did you know that if not for the North Carolina Railroad coming through in 1854 there would be no Harrisburg? It is ironic that in 2012 the North Carolina Railroad is poised to demolish nine homes in the heart of historic Harrisburg.

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#1 Feb 6, 2012
I live in this area and, although my house won't be demolished, the worth will go down. I find it interesting that with all of this talk of demolishing houses NO ONE talks of paying the people for losing their homes!!! What the heck???!!! These morons who are making these decisions need to put themselves in the shoes of these people! Would they just give up their house and land??? Oh, that's right....they move every 5 years anyway and have no ties to anywhere. And, there you go...!

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