Local elections matter. Local referendums matter. Infrastructure details matter. Becoming a home owner with the help of Community Home Trust made me want to give back to my community.
Lunch Links: May 16, 2022
News travels fast. Here’s a quick round up of weekend links and a peek at the week ahead. Brian Deese, White House Director of the National Economic Council, shared a […]
Carrboro’s housing crossroads: Which direction will we go?
When I moved to Carrboro from Washington DC in 2015, someone sent me the “unofficial town music video” which showed a variety of people hula-hooping, dancing, and rocking out on […]
The real story about coal ash
tl; dr – There is a lot of misinformation circulating about the future of 828 MLK Jr. Blvd. This post details what’s happened so far, what the town has decided, […]
Zoning reform should be a priority in Chapel Hill
Zoning reform matters for housing affordability, racial equity, environmental sustainability, and economic growth. The Chapel Hill Town Council should be moving faster on reform, not discussing ways to slow it […]
Flashback to the 1980s: The Anti-Growth Consensus in Chapel Hill
As anyone who has tried to buy a home in Chapel Hill in recent years knows, we are in the middle of a housing crisis. According to the Cooke Report, […]