I think that speaking for myself and people like me, we have a lot to offer to this community. We want to stay here, we want to serve the town.
Crowdsourcing research into Chapel Hill neighborhoods to identify legal restrictions that limit the ability to build anything other than a single-family detached home.
We’re reprinting some of our favorite public comments from the public hearing on the housing choices proposal held by Chapel Hill Town Council on January 25, 2023. Melissa McCullough spent 31 years at EPA and retired as the Senior Sustainability Advisor and Assistant Director of the Sustainable and Healthy Communities Research Program. She was also the […]
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.
CHALT’s leaders on NextDoor and Facebook have repeatedly shared material from a particular website called Housing is a Human Right. They’ve shared pictures, articles, and phrasing from the website — which touts itself as fighting for housing justice. A small amount of digging — literally one Google search — paints a slightly different picture. The […]
Correction: Tonight’s Town Council meeting starts at 7:00 pm, not 7:30 pm. It’s been corrected below. Fear of the unknown is a powerful motivator. And, in early 21st century America, one’s home (especially if you are an owner) is often not only a secure and safe place, it is the retirement plan. The inclination for many is […]