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Commentary: Citizens get poor reception from city under cell tower zoning

    Commentary: Citizens get poor reception from city under cell tower zoning

By David D. Castro There are few things more frustrating than trying to talk to someone on a mobile phone when the call keeps cutting out, or worse, dropping entirely.

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City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

    City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

The Winston-Salem City Council approved a grant for more firefighters and a zoning request from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic during its Monday, Oct. 16, meeting. The Winston-Salem Fire Department was awarded a

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New District One Police Station opens

    New District One Police Station opens

City Council celebrated the completion of the new District One Police Station with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

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Phase II improvements finished at training center

    Phase II improvements finished at training center

Improvements to the Alexander R. Beaty Public Safety Center were financed with $3.4 million that voters approved in the 2014 bond referendum.

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City approves Embassy Suites agreement and capital needs committee

    City approves Embassy Suites agreement and capital needs committee

Last week the Winston-Salem City Council voted to maintain its arrangement in Embassy Suites with the hotel’s new owners.

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City Council rejects controversial rezoning

    City Council rejects controversial rezoning

The City Council voted unanimously against rezoning for a 144-unit apartment complex where Fourth Street meets Peters Creek Parkway.

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City might help turn former Church’s Chicken into Zesto

    City might help turn former Church’s Chicken into Zesto

The Winston-Salem City Council may help fund the transformation of the former Church’s Chicken on New Walkertown Road into a new Zesto eatery.

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New business denied after neighborhood objections

    New business denied after  neighborhood objections

The Winston-Salem City Council voted unanimously against a zoning request that would’ve allowed for an auto repair shop after near-by residents objected.

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Nonprofits make second try at city budget requests

    Nonprofits make second try at city budget requests

The Winston-Salem City Council heard dozens of nonprofits ask for funding in the city’s $482.2 million budget during a public

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City approves loan for Brown Elementary demolition

    City approves loan for Brown Elementary demolition

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The City Council unanimously approved a loan to demolish the historic Brown Elementary School building

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