Some people like to call Thursday “Friday Junior.” We’re not sure about this… what do you think? Let us know in the comments. In any case, it’s almost Friday – hooray! In the meantime, here are a few tasty treats to hold you over.
Did any of our TBB readers tune in for last night’s Chapel Hill Town Council session featuring a lively discussion of the American Legion property (purchased by the Town in 2016)?
TBB provides an update in Where Things Stand on the American Legion Site, June 2022
Catch the video highlights here
Check Geoff Green’s post for TBB here
See TBB’s epic Twitter thread from Wednesday: How Do We Respond to Change?
Have you joined the Triangle’s newest pickleball advocacy organization? Word on the street is that a limited number of founder memberships are still available. Get in on the ground floor while you still can!
Or learn more about the connections between affordable housing and pickleball here: Affordable Housing is Quite a Pickle[ball]
A TBB contributor shared this interesting thread about the Henry George, the father of “Single Taxers.” Never heard of them? Don’t feel bad, most haven’t. It’s an interesting approach to a perennial challenge.
Some people have been asking- "Who is this guy? Why should anyone care about someone with two first names?"
A thread on Henry George and the Single Taxers, the most important historical movement you've probably never heard of? https://t.co/S7kJa1AXP4
— Joseph Addington (@GeorgistJoseph) June 1, 2022