Tag: peoples-channel

  • A Busier Week: University Square Meeting, Aug. 18th

    In listing the roll of important events this coming week, I accidentally left out one that promises to be quite interesting. Cousins Properties Inc., which is leading the redevelopment of University Square for Chapel Hill Foundation Real Estate Holdings Inc., will host a public meeting Wednesday, Aug. 18, to discuss the long-term vision for the […]

  • Coming Events: Summer Slumber? Not!

    Summer in Chapel Hill can be somewhat slow as far as community initiatives. Council is on hiatus. UNC downshifts. Most folks have their hands full dealing with the heat, their jobs, kids home from school, vacations. Summer, though, is not always a time for sluggish vigilance. For instance, I learned many years ago UNC’s favored […]

  • Community Oversight of the Planning Board

    My previous posts tracking requests for information, feedback and general commentary to our Town staff and elected folks seem to be fairly popular. I’m going to continue to post correspondence which might be of public interest. The Town’s Technology Board (now defunct) was the first advisory board I regularly interacted with. The first meeting I […]

  • Broadcast Localism: More Fun To Be Had…

    Chad Johnston just posted this over on OrangePolitics.org about this weekend’s Peoples Channel fundraiser (July 21st, Horace-William’s House, 6-8pm): Hey folks, Just wanted to give an update on this really cool event! Food and drink will be provided by: Benjamin Vineyard, Anathoth Community Garden from Cedar Grove, Cane Creek Farm Pork, Yugela’s treats, Matthew’s artisan […]

  • UNC’s Carolina North Lurches Ahead

    [UPDATE] Allison Gunn posted the same notice over on OP, with this additional note: “For further information about campaigns to alter the development, see the Friends of Bolin Creek website: www.bolincreek.org” . Also, I contacted Tiffany Clarke to see if they could video the proceedings. She’s currently looking into that – maybe the folks at […]