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Happy Wednesday – you’ve almost made it to the weekend!

Tristan Cleveland – aka @LUrbaniste – brings us the content we didn’t know we needed. We feel you, confused Slovakian.


It was a close race between Valerie Foushee and Nida Allam but Foushee managed to triumph, besting Allam by approximately one Clay Aiken-worth of votes. The Correspondent Team is still working out a conversion factor for Scaramuccis. Were you happy with last night’s outcomes? Let us know in the comments!

Valerie Foushee Earns Dem. Nomination for U.S. House District 04 – Chapelboro.com


In not so great news, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently announced that traffic fatalities in the US reached a 16-year high last year.  Pedestrian fatalities are up 13% – probably not a surprise to Triangle residents, given the number of incidents we’ve experienced locally.


And, in case you missed it, please check out Two Cents for Affordable Housing by Chuck Mills, a long-time Community Home Trust homeowner and former board member. Mr. Mills presents his argument to the mayor and town council for the reasons we need to dedicate “Two Cents for Housing” in the upcoming fiscal year 2022-23 budget.

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Caroline Dwyer, AICP (@plan_splaining) lives in Durham with her spouse, teen, and cat. Caroline earned her Master's Degree from UNC Chapel Hill's Department of City & Regional Planning in 2014 after...