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Blue Hill District and Flooding

By on September 16, 2017 in Ephesus Fordham with 0 Comments
Blue Hill District and Flooding

If you think that development in the Blue Hill District is not increasing the risk of flooding, think again.    The tragic events in Houston are a worrisome wake up call to Chapel Hill – especially in the Blue Hill district which is already prone to flooding. Already approved upstream projects and changing weather conditions […]

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Still Time for Chapel Hill to Avoid Planning Mistakes of Houston

By on September 15, 2017 in Opinion with 0 Comments
Still Time for Chapel Hill to Avoid Planning Mistakes of Houston

By Julie McClintock In the wake of the calamity in Houston, we are learning – yet again – how dangerous and harmful flooding can be. What happened in Houston can happen here. We, too, are overbuilding and allowing construction in low-lying areas just as Houston did. With seeming indifference to the constraints posed by Chapel […]

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End of an Era for Chapel Hill News

By on September 10, 2017 in Opinion with 5 Comments

When my family and I moved here in the 1970’s, the home town paper, The Chapel Hill News, introduced us to town leaders, the local personalities, and the history of our new community. In more recent years, when publication was reduced to only twice a week and many new sources of information proliferated online, the […]

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Community Forum for Chapel Hill Town Council Candidates

By on September 9, 2017 in Chapel Hill Candidates 2017 with 0 Comments
Community Forum for Chapel Hill Town Council Candidates

Make an informed decision November 7! WCHL interview about the forum  

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Chapel Hill Candidates Forum

By on September 1, 2017 in Election with 0 Comments
Chapel Hill Candidates Forum

Get Outside!

By on August 3, 2017 in Outdoors with 0 Comments
Get Outside!

CARRBORO MUSIC FESTIVAL CHAPELHILL FESTIFALL ADAMS TRACT 1.25 miles of unpaved trails, consisting of a .7 mile loop trail and a number of access trails, on a 27 acre woodland preserve, bounded on the north by Bolin Creek and on the east by Estes Drive Extension. Parking is off-road, and currently this trail is under […]

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