Wake Forest Museum Plan Sent Back To Board Of Adjustment
Posted April 6, 2004
WAKE FOREST, N.C. — A proposed museum in Wake Forest is heading back to the drawing board.
The town approved the plan for a 10,000-foot exhibition hall downtown last year.
Neighbors went to court to stop the construction, claiming the town did not follow proper procedures approving the plan.
A judge agreed and sent the project back to the Wake Forest Board of Adjustment.