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The Village of Clemmons has settled a second housing discrimination lawsuit for $150,000. The lawsuit alleged that the village council denied a rezoning request for the development because it would attract low-income housing for predominantly Black and Hispanic tenants in a suburb that is 82 percent white. Village officials denied those allegations, saying they denied the request because it didn't fit into the village's comprehensive plan. 

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PATRICIA McCLOSKEY on Democrats: "They want to abolish the suburbs altogether by ending single-family home zoning. This forced rezoning would bring crime, lawlessness and low-quality apartments into thriving suburban neighborhoods. President Trump smartly ended this government overreach, but Joe Biden wants to bring it back." — Monday.

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Planned Unit Development, the zoning method approved Tuesday night by the Town Council, will allow for residential and commercial development as part of the same project.


1991: Womble and two other men are indicted on federal charges of conspiring to extort donations from businessmen in exchange for favorable vo…


The developer said it scratched the retail area on Guilford College Road in favor of a plan that "will incorporate limited street retail below living spaces on an interior road." The proposed number of apartments has been reduced from 311 to 240. A senior living community on Guilford College Road is also being considered.

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