Crowdsourcing research into Chapel Hill neighborhoods to identify legal restrictions that limit the ability to build anything other than a single-family detached home.
The new Planning Director for Chapel Hill is Britany Waddell, AICP, who previously served as the Assistant Director of Planning and Development for the City of Raleigh. Waddell has almost 20 years of experience working in planning practices and town/gown issues. She has also served as a Community Development Planner for Monroe, NC and Director […]
It has BEEN A WEEK! With the winter holidays well in the rear view window, there’s a buzz of activity around local government, and we have been doing our best at the Blog Blog to try to keep up. We’ve published quite a few articles over the last week, and thought it would be helpful […]
Giddy up, cowboys – we’re in for a world of excitement tonight. Here’s the agenda, and we’ll try to keep up – though please note tonight’s host may need to leave to read some bedtime books for some junior Triangle Blog Bloggers at some point. 6:48 A line has formed for people who want to […]
This report compiles data from a number of resources and historical newspaper articles to give the broader context of the fight for a livable graduate student wage in Chapel Hill.
It’s not often that you can actually hear people rolling their eyes. So I guess we’re lucky to have a council member like Adam Searing. As we have noted elsewhere, Searing has a certain gift for, shall we say, exaggeration. We’ve documented this several times over his tenure on the council, fact-checking his remarks on […]