Chapel Hill eNews

Post Date:08/09/2018 8:30 AM
CHAPEL HILL ENEWS

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In this issue

Hargraves Family Fun Day * TOWNweek * End of Summer Cool Down * Suspect Citizens Book Discussion * Movies under the Stars * Parks and Recreation News * Police Safety-Enforcement Initiatives * Chapel Hill Transit Update * Bus Stop Closures on Friday Center Drive * Friday Center Drive Reconstruction * Lane Closures: Pritchard Avenue * Lane Closures: Eubanks Road * Construction Update * Town in News

 

FAMILY FUN DAY 

Hargraves Family Fun Day

UPDATE: Hargraves Family Fun Day will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18.

5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11

Hargraves Center / 216 N Roberson St Chapel Hill (919) 968-2794

Admission: Free.

Family Fun Day at the Hargraves Center, Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of music, food, swimming, and a variety of games and activities for youth and adults.

 

 

TOWNweek

www.townofchapelhill.org/townweek

 

 

LIBRARY SUMMER BLAST

End of Summer Cool Down

6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15

Chapel Hill Public Library
100 Library Dr. Chapel Hill (919) 968-2777

It’s the last day of the Summer Blast and we are cooling down with some music and popsicles! Bring a chair, listen to music from the band Big Fat Gap, grab a Locopop, and relax outside! chapelhillpubliclibrary.org

 

 

SUSPECT CITIZENS 

Suspect Citizens Book Discussion

A meet-the-author discussion of the book Suspect Citizens: What 20 Million Traffic Stops Tell Us about Policing and Race will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13, at Chapel Hill Public Library, 100 Library Drive.

Sponsored by the Orange Bias-Free Policing Coalition and Town of Chapel Hill Justice in Action Committee, the book explores an analysis of traffic stops in North Carolina. Read more: https://www.citylab.com/life/2018/06/is-it-time-to-reconsider-traffic-stops/561557/

The mission of the Justice in Action Committee is to adequately and effectively reflect the Town of Chapel Hill’s integrity and commitment to preserving racial, economic, and social justice within the community. The committee meets on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Public Library. townofchapelhill.org/boards

Download a flyer.

 

 

MOVIES UNDER THE STARS 

Movies under the Stars

Let the stars guide your family to a free movie with popcorn at Movies Under the Stars, a free outdoor movie series on the Wallace Plaza, 150 E. Rosemary St., in Downtown Chapel Hill.

Family-oriented film Beauty and the Beast is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 16. There is no charge for admission to the Wallace Plaza, which has space to bring your own blankets and chairs.

Arrive early to the Plaza, beginning at 7 p.m., for family-oriented games and activities. Dress up as your favorite Disney character a themed costume contest.

The Town of Chapel Hill promotes a bike and pedestrian-friendly community and encourages everyone to cycle or walk to these great events! We also ask that you please bring your own lawn chairs and blankets for seating. There is ample bike parking on the Wallace Plaza. For all downtown parking options visit www.parkonthehill.com.

For more information, please visit www.downtownchapelhill.com/movies.

 

 

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Parks and Recreation News

The Department’s programs offer a wide range of activities, all of which encourage community engagement and create a healthier and more livable community for all.

Delve into a new experience this fall and tap into your artistic side -- multiple youth and adult ceramics arts programs are offered, including Wheel Throwing, Handbuilding and Sculpture classes. Practicing pottery is therapeutic and relaxing, and will allow children and adults alike to improve their focus while expressing their creativity! Teens can also express their creativity through a Wire Wrapping class or an Open Mic session, while adults can participate in a Line Dancing or Cooking class. Engaging in the arts is a great way to explore different cultures, relieve stress, and have fun.

Browse and register for activities soon using the WebTrac Splash Page -- released last year, the website offers a simple layout with all available programs listed.

To register for activities, create an online WebTrac account. Or, register in person at one of three recreation centers: Chapel Hill Community Center, Hargraves Community Center, and the Homestead Aquatic Center, or drop in at our administrative offices.

Click here for locations and contact information.

Residents, or, patrons who live in or own property in Orange County or Chapel Hill town limits, may register beginning 8:30 a.m. on Monday, August 6. Non-residents may register beginning 8:30 a.m. Monday, August 13.

Our recreation guide lists all programs and activities for this fall. Make sure to grab your own 23-page guide to all things parks and recreation, with color pictures, a new feature article and a table of contents. The program guide, titled “RECREATE - Inspire, Create, Preserve” is available for download at www.chapelhillparks.org, or you can pick up a printed copy of your own at one of our recreation centers, aquatics centers, Town Hall and the Chapel Hill Public Library.

For more info log onto www.chapelhillparks.org

 

 

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Police Safety-Enforcement Initiatives

Travel with care and pay attention when getting around Chapel Hill.

It’s important to remember that a large number of students, including their families who are in town helping them get settled, are new to campus. They may not be confident yet in getting around town. Patience during this time will go a long way.

With the help of area partners, the August dates have been scheduled for speed-enforcement and Watch For Me N.C. initiatives. These initiatives are an effort to continue to preserve and enhance a safe community in which to travel, whether on two wheels, four wheels, two feet, or other methods.

The Chapel Hill Police Department, UNC Police Department, and Orange County Sheriff’s Department recorded 53 traffic violations during July’s travel-safety initiatives. We’ve set a goal of zero violations for the month of August.

Officers may issue information, warnings or citations for anyone for violating laws. Fines and court costs for these violations begin at $213.

Multiple officers will monitor the following areas (in addition to normal Chapel Hill Police patrol practices) to encourage and enforce safe behavior from everyone:

  • All day Tuesday, Aug. 14, Weaver Dairy Road & Weaver Dairy Road Extension
  • All day Tuesday, Aug. 21, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
  • 9:30-10:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, downtown on South Columbia Street and Cameron Avenue
  • All day Tuesday, Aug. 28, downtown on Franklin and Rosemary streets

Classes at UNC-Chapel Hill resume on Tuesday, Aug. 21. Students will begin returning to campus the preceding weekend, filling the streets and sidewalks.

Watch For Me N.C.
Watch For Me N.C. is a statewide safety initiative designed to improve relationships on roads between people who drive, people who walk, people who roll and people who bike. People may receive helpful information, warnings, and in some cases, tickets for violations during these initiatives.

Getting Around
Chapel Hill is working to make the community safer for people who travel. Help us become a safer place to walk, bike, roll and drive. For more information, visit: townofchapelhill.org/gettingaround.

Construction Around Chapel Hill 
While construction efforts this summer were focused on the time in which the majority of students were away, a few projects will be ongoing at least at the beginning of the school year. You may want to see where those projects are taking place and how you can smoothly navigate through town. Visit townofchapelhill.org/construction for more information.

Even More Information
Looking for more Traffic News? Visit townofchapelhill.org/traffic. Did you know that traffic advisories may be sent directly to your email? Visit townofchapelhill.org/signup to sign up and check the box "Traffic Advisories." For assistance, contact us at info@townofchapelhill.org.

Are you on Twitter? Follow @ChapelHillGov@ChapelHillPD and #CHTraffic for the latest traffic news.

 

 

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Chapel Hill Transit Update

Service changes begin Monday, Aug. 13

Chapel Hill Transit will add more service Aug. 13, 2018, to increase reliability, meet ridership demands and improve connections to employment and retail centers. The increased service is being funded by the Orange County Transit Plan, which has been providing funding for transit service improvements for Chapel Hill Transit since 2013. The following routes will have additional service effective Monday, Aug. 13, 2018.

More Bus Service

  • CW Route: will provide 20 minute service from 3:20 to 6 p.m. each weekday to assist with overcrowding on the CW and J routes in the afternoon and evening peak along Franklin Street. Route will continue to operate along West Franklin Street from Downtown Carrboro to Downtown Chapel Hill to make travel times and arrivals more predictable for customers and help reduce bus congestion on South Columbia between Rosemary Street and Franklin Street.
  • D Route: will add six (6) trips from 3 to 6:30 p.m. All six (6) trips will serve the University, UNC Hospitals, Franklin Street, Elliott Road and Blue Hill District. Two (2) of the six (6) trips will also serve Culbreth Road and Smith Level Road in Carrboro.
  • Saturday Routes: will add trips on all Saturday Routes (CM, CW, D, FG, JN, T, and V) to provide service from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., improving access to employment and retail. With this expansion, 16 additional trips will be offered on Saturdays and Demand Response service hours will be extended to match.

Chapel Hill Transit will also implement some schedule and route adjustments effective Monday, Aug. 13, 2018. Chapel Hill Transit generally makes changes to its schedules in January, May and August, in response to ridership trends, changing traffic patterns and growth in the area.

 

Service Adjustments:

  • All Routes: Adjusting published timepoints to improve operational performance,
  • A Route: A-Limited morning trips will resume (7:14–9:44 a.m.). These trips operate in a loop between Hillsborough Street, Campus and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and only operate when the University is in session.
  • B Route: Adjusting schedule times to reflect running times in the corridor and improve on-time performance.
  • J Route: route will continue serving Carrboro via West Main Street and Jones Ferry Road. The route will serve South Greensboro Street (Rocky Brook and South Green), after leaving the bypass, once the road is reopened.
  • T Route: All trips towards East Chapel Hill High will only pull into Carol Woods (pulling off Weaver Dairy Road), upon customer request, to improve trip times and on-time performance.
  • NU/U Route: Weekend service will resume on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018.
  • Saturday CW: Adjusting schedule times to reflect running times in the corridor and improve on-time performance. Route will continue to operate along West Franklin Street from Downtown Carrboro to Downtown Chapel Hill to make travel times and arrivals more predictable for customers and help reduce bus congestion on South Columbia between Rosemary Street and Franklin Street.
  • Saturday T: Adjusting schedule times to reflect running times in the corridor and improve on-time performance.
  • Saturday V: Adjusting schedule times to reflect running times in the corridor and improve on-time performance.
  • Safe Rides: Service will resume on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018, and will operate on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings when the University is in session.
  • EZ Rider will operate Monday-Friday from 5 a.m. to 11:17 p.m., Saturdays from 8:15 a.m. to 11:17 p.m. and Sundays from 10:38 a.m. until 11:17 p.m. (Premium Service will operate on a space-available basis from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.).

New schedules will be available on our website by Aug. 1, 2018 and printed schedules will be available on buses by the week of Aug. 13, 2018. NextBus predictions may be impacted by the service changes for the week following Aug. 13. Please refer to printed and online schedules during this time.

Find more information about routes and schedules at chtransit.org.

 

 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT BUS

Bus Stop Closures on Friday Center Drive

Due to the repaving of Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill Transit will detour the FCX, V and Saturday V routes beginning Aug. 20, 2018. The routes will enter and exit the Friday Center park and ride lot through Meadowmont Exchange and will not serve the following bus stops:

  • Friday Center Drive at Friday Center (#3027)
  • Friday Center at Park and Ride Driveway (#3358)
  • Friday Center Drive at Hwy 54 (3587)

 

The S and HU routes will serve a temporary bus stop on Friday Center Drive beyond the entrance to the conference center’s parking lot.

Chapel Hill Transit will make every effort to operate a normal schedule; however the FCX, HU, S and V routes may experience schedule delays during this project.

For more information about routes and schedules, visit chtransit.org.

 

 

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Friday Center Drive Reconstruction

Traffic impacts to begin Aug. 20

A contractor for the Town of Chapel Hill will begin the approximately $900,000 jointly-funded reconstruction project of Friday Center Drive Monday, Aug. 13. The project is being funded by federal Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) grant funds, UNC-Chapel Hill funding, and a combination of the Town’s general fund and 2015 Streets and Sidewalks bond funds.

Reconstruction will take place from N.C. Highway 54 to just south of the entrance to the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education (where the road transitions from four lanes to two).

The reconstruction consists of replacing poor foundation below the riding surface, installing a five-to-six-foot bike lane, and ADA improvements along the road.

The schedule is dependent on favorable weather and is tentatively scheduled to take around three months to complete.

Week One Impacts
The contractor will begin with off-street work: installing silt fencing, deconstructing some off-street infrastructure like curb and gutter, and installing lane shift markings.

Work will be suspended for UNC-Chapel Hill move-in weekend beginning Friday, Aug. 17.

Traffic Impacts Beginning Aug. 20
No road closures will take place during this project. For the majority of the project, traffic will be reduced to one lane in either direction utilizing lane shifts. Signage will direct people who travel through the intersection and along Friday Center Drive. We appreciate the community’s patience during this highly-anticipated project to make traveling through this busy area safer and easier.

Chapel Hill Transit
The FCX and V routes will enter and exit the Friday Center Park and Ride through Meadowmont Exchange and will not serve the standalone bus stops on Friday Center Drive beginning Aug. 20. The S and HU routes will not be able to directly serve the Friday Center Park and Ride, and the stops near the Friday Center will be temporarily relocated beyond the entrance to the conference center’s parking lot.

Chapel Hill Transit will make every effort to operate on a normal schedule, however the FCX, HU, S and V routes may experience schedule delays during this phase of the project.

For more information about Chapel Hill Transit, visit chtransit.org.

Contact
For additional information about the project, contact Chris Roberts at croberts@townofchapelhill.org.

Looking for Construction News?
Visit townofchapelhill.org/construction for access to the Town’s Development Activity Map and Report as well as links to external projects by UNC-Chapel Hill, OWASA, and others.

Looking for Traffic News?
Visit townofchapelhill.org/traffic. Did you know that traffic advisories may be sent directly to your email? Visit townofchapelhill.org/signup to sign up and check the box "Traffic Advisories." For assistance, contact us at info@townofchapelhill.org.

Do you walk, bike, run and wheel around Chapel Hill? The Town of Chapel Hill is busy with projects to improve your travel safety and convenience – including sidewalks, streets, trails and greenways, traffic calming and more. For more information, visit townofchapelhill.org/gettingaround. And, for a weekly digest of all Town news, sign up for Chapel Hill eNews at townofchapelhill.org/signup or by sending a request to info@townofchapelhill.org.

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Follow @ChapelHillGov@ChapelHillPD and #CHTraffic for the latest traffic news.

 

 

TRAFFIC BARRELS

Lane Closures: Pritchard Avenue

A contractor for the Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) will perform lane closures at the intersection of Pritchard Avenue and West Rosemary Street from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through Friday, Aug. 17. This schedule is dependent on favorable weather.

Two-way traffic will be maintained, and flaggers will direct traffic through the closure.

The closure is part of OWASA’s water main replacement along Pritchard Avenue. The contractor wants to complete this section of the project before UNC-Chapel Hill students return (move-in weekend begins Saturday, Aug. 18). The contractor will return after about a month to continue the project.

Looking for Construction News?
Visit townofchapelhill.org/construction for access to the Town’s Development Activity Map and Report as well as links to external projects by UNC-Chapel Hill, OWASA, and others.

Looking for Traffic News?
Visit townofchapelhill.org/traffic. Did you know that traffic advisories may be sent directly to your email? Visit townofchapelhill.org/signup to sign up and check the box "Traffic Advisories." For assistance, contact us at info@townofchapelhill.org.

Do you walk, bike, run and wheel around Chapel Hill? The Town of Chapel Hill is busy with projects to improve your travel safety and convenience – including sidewalks, streets, trails and greenways, traffic calming and more. For more information, visit townofchapelhill.org/gettingaround. And, for a weekly digest of all Town news, sign up for Chapel Hill eNews at townofchapelhill.org/signup or by sending a request to info@townofchapelhill.org.

Are you on Twitter?
Follow @ChapelHillGov@ChapelHillPD and #CHTraffic for the latest traffic news.

 

 

TRAFFIC CONES 

Lane Closures: Eubanks Road

Triangle Grading and Paving will close one lane of Eubanks Road from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, and daily Monday, Aug. 20, through Wednesday, Aug. 22. This schedule is dependent on favorable weather.

Two-way traffic will be maintained, and flaggers will direct traffic through the closure.

The closure is required to install water line tie-ins across Eubanks Road for the Carraway Village project.

More information about the Carraway Village project can be found at townofchapelhill.org/town-hall/departments-services/planning-and-development-services/development-activity-report/carraway-village.

Looking for Construction News?
Visit townofchapelhill.org/construction for access to the Town’s Development Activity Map and Report as well as links to external projects by UNC-Chapel Hill, OWASA, and others.

Looking for Traffic News?
Visit townofchapelhill.org/traffic. Did you know that traffic advisories may be sent directly to your email? Visit townofchapelhill.org/signup to sign up and check the box "Traffic Advisories." For assistance, contact us at info@townofchapelhill.org.

Do you walk, bike, run and wheel around Chapel Hill? The Town of Chapel Hill is busy with projects to improve your travel safety and convenience – including sidewalks, streets, trails and greenways, traffic calming and more. For more information, visit townofchapelhill.org/gettingaround. And, for a weekly digest of all Town news, sign up for Chapel Hill eNews at townofchapelhill.org/signup or by sending a request to info@townofchapelhill.org.

Are you on Twitter?
Follow @ChapelHillGov@ChapelHillPD and #CHTraffic for the latest traffic news.

 

 

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Construction Update

Want more information on construction projects in Chapel Hill? Visit https://bit.ly/2eh4XVz.

Projects Nearing Construction

UNC Surgical Tower (University)

  • Location: 101 Manning Drive
  • Description: 7 stories; 341,579 square feet; 24 operating rooms; 56 ICU beds.
  • Approvals: Site Development Permit was approved in May 2018.
  • Status: Construction is anticipated in August.

Wegmans Food Market (Commercial)

  • Location: 1820 Fordham Blvd & 125 Old Durham Road
  • Description: 130,000 sq. ft. floor area; 770 parking spaces; existing zoning Community Commercial. Access to the site is proposed via Old Durham Road.
  • Approvals: Special Use Permit was approved on October 25, 2017.
  • Status: Construction is anticipated to begin in August 2018.

 

Projects Under Construction

Bell Leadership Office (Mixed-Use Development)

  • Location: 214 W Cameron Avenue, between Granville Towers and the UNC Hillel.
  • Description: 16,898 square feet of general use business
  • Approvals: Special Use Permit approved June 27, 2016 and Zoning Atlas Amendment; Zoning Compliance Permit approved June 16, 2017.
  • Status: Building construction is on‐going.

Carraway Village (Mixed-Use Development)

  • Location: 3000 Eubanks Rd., between MLK Jr. Blvd. and Millhouse Road
  • Description: Phase 1A ‐ Demo, clearing and grading, erosion control; Phase 1B ‐ Buildings 1‐11, including 400 dwelling units and 8,844 square feet of commercial floor area.
  • Approvals: Special Use Permit approved 2‐11‐2015; Zoning Compliance Permit approved, Phase 1A (11‐6‐2016) and 1B (11‐28‐2016).
  • Status: Building construction is on‐going and the first building is expected to be complete in October 2018. Road improvements have begun with shoulder work preparations on the north side of Eubanks Road, and improvements to the intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd are anticipated to begin soon.

Cedars of Chapel Hill—Dubose Health Center (Skilled Nursing Facility)

  • Location: 121 Green Cedar Lane
  • Description: A Special Use Permit modification was approved to allow approximately 16,000 additional square feet of floor area and 41 parking spaces beyond what was permitted by the original Special Use Permit.
  • Approvals: The Special Use Permit modification was approved October 25th, 2017.
  • Status: Construction is underway.

Chandler Woods (Merin Road Development) (Residential)

  • Location: Homestead Road & Merin Road
  • Description: A residential development of 62 single family homes and 9 townhomes on 24.7 acres.
  • Approvals: A Special Use Permit was approved on April 11, 2016.
  • Status: Construction is underway.

Chapel Hill High School (School)

  • Location: 1709 High School Road
  • Description: The Council approved a Special Use Permit to add 163,000 square feet to the high school in a new building orientation. The project includes 518 total vehicular parking spaces and 178 bicycle spaces, and includes a new access to the High School ia Smith Middle School and Seawell School Road as well as from High School Road.
  • Status: Clearing and grading is underway.

Chapel Hill Retirement Residences (Residential)

  • Location: 700 N Estes Drive
  • Description: A three‐story, senior living facility containing 152 units. The property is approximately 6.4 acres.
  • Approvals: A Special Use Permit and rezoning was approved on March 20, 2017 to rezone the property to Residential 5 Conditional (R‐5‐C) zoning district and allow development.
  • Status: Clearing and grading is underway.

Courtyards at Homestead (Residential)

  • Location: 2209 Homestead Road
  • Description: Development of 63 single family residential units. An affordable housing payment‐in‐lieu of 9.45 affordable housing units (15%) in the amount of $803,250 is being made to the Town’s Affordable Housing Fund.
  • Approvals: A Special Use Permit was approved on October 27, 2014.
  • Status: Houses are being constructed and occupied, and construction on the project is nearly complete.

Fordham Boulevard Apartments (Residential)

  • Location: 1300 Fordham Blvd.
  • Description: The existing Days Inn Hotel is being demolished and replaced by a project with one building, split into two sections by a pedestrian walkway, pass‐ through, and driveway. The project includes 294,593 square feet and 272 dwelling units.
  • Status: The property has been cleared and graded, and construction is beginning.

Glen Lennox Phase 1 (Residential)

  • Location: South of Brandon Road and east of Fordham Blvd.
  • Description: Development of 215 apartment units in a 4‐story building, in accordance with the Glen Lennox Development Agreement. An internally wrapped parking deck will be provided to serve the apartments and future office building. The project includes construction of a new road, Glen Lennox Drive, which will connect Fordham Boulevard with Maxwell Road, and dedicated left turn lanes with signalization will be provided on south‐bound Fordham Boulevard.
  • Status: Building demolition and site clearing is underway.

Greenfield Commons (DHIC Phase 2) (Residential)

  • Location: 1719 Legion Road
  • Description: A project including 69 senior living apartments proposed on a 3.5‐acre site. The property is zoned Walkable Mixed Use–5 (WX‐5). Phase 1, south of the site, included 80 affordable rental units totaling 81,599 square feet.
  • Status: This project is under construction, completion is expected by the end of 2018.

Grove Park (Residential)

  • Location: 425 Hillsborough Street
  • Description: 516,589 sq. ft. floor area; 346 dwelling units; 680 parking spaces; Residential‐Special Standards‐Conditional zoning. 6 units leased to Town at $1/month for 25 units for affordable.
  • Approvals: Special Use Permit was approved on October 26, 2015.
  • Status: Buildings have been demolished and clearing and grading is underway.

Hillstone Chapel Hill (Residential)

  • Location: 1736 Fordham Blvd. (6.5 acre “bow tie” site, including former Crown Honda/Volvo dealership).
  • Description: This project includes two buildings with a total of 400,411‐square feet and 328 dwelling units. The projet includes the construction of a new street connecting the Fordham Blvd. service road and Legion Rd, streetscape improvements on all three streets, and stormwater management and treatment features.
  • Status: Building construction is underway.


 

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Town In News

Town in News – TIN Report – is a sampling of news media coverage about the Town of Chapel Hill compiled by the Communications and Public Affairs Department. This listing includes articles and columns that are available on the web, and may not necessarily contain all stories in the print edition of the papers or on televised broadcasts.

Links access online stories that are posted for a limited time. Some media organizations require registration or a subscription.

For information, contact us at info@townofchapelhill.org.

 

Can Chapel Hill force developers to build more stores, offices, in Blue Hill district? (Herald Sun)

https://www.heraldsun.com/news/local/counties/orange-county/article215758950.html

 

Chapel Hill Offers Funding for Affordable Housing Projects (Chapelboro.com)

https://chapelboro.com/news/local-government/chapel-hill-offers-funding-for-affordable-housing-projects

 

Chapel Hill Library to Create Outside Working Space (Chapelboro.com)

https://chapelboro.com/news/development/chapel-hill-library-create-outside-working-space

 

IFC releases more details about new plan for homeless men’s shelter in Chapel Hill (Herald Sun)

https://www.heraldsun.com/news/local/counties/orange-county/article216313500.html

 

How and where to watch the meteor shower next week from the Triangle (Herald Sun)

https://www.heraldsun.com/news/local/article216306115.html

 

 

 

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