Have you been to your poll sites yet? Have the yard signs in your neighborhood multiplied? What's on your mind?
Yesterday's Chapel Hill News is the last edition of that paper before tomorrow's election. Surveying the entire news section of the paper shows that the only mention of this is in the endorsement letters, the political advertisements, and two opinion columns on the presidential race. Apparently the journalists at the News just didn't think there was anything new to say about the local election. However, they did find time to interview folks in the street about the nonexistent hula-hoop "issue."
Tune to WCOM in at 8:30 on Election night (tomorrow) for a half hour of discussion about the 2008 primary election with me and Carrboro elected officials Mark Chilton and Dan Coleman. Listen on the radio at 103.5 FM if you are in central Carrboro, anywhere else you can catch the Internet stream at http://communityradio.coop.
I will also attempt to stream a live video of us while we're on the air. If that works, you can find the video right here on this page.
Afterward we will either hit the candidate parties (where are they?) or go home and geek out on election data.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008 - 4:30pm
This weekend I learned there would be a press conference today at 10 am (ie: right now) to reveal the new location of the InterFaith Council's homeless shelter. Of course, this tantalizing e-mail didn't name the location, but based on the particpants I think we have a pretty strong clue.
Chapel Hill Mayor Kevin
Foy and University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill Chancellor James Moeser will
be joined by Chris Moran, executive
director of the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service, Rev. Richard Edens, a
United Church of Chapel Hill pastor, and other community leaders as they
announce a new partnership to benefit the community’s homeless.
So will it be at the UCC? Carolina North? Human Services Building on Homestead? It seems certain to move away from Downtown, which I think is unfortunate
I guess we will all hear shortly.
This just hit my email inbox:
I am writing you because of your leadership and involvement in Carolina Open Source Initiative over the past year. On Monday, March 5th at 7:00 p.m. the Chapel Hill Town Council will take a critical vote on the installation of pedestrian-level lighting and blue light call boxes in Chapel Hill residential areas. This vote will allow the installation of these initiatives to begin immediately as proposed by the student body. These safety initiatives will increase safety around our campus in the residential areas that we live. The residents of Rosemary, Mallette, Church, Short, Ransom, and McCauley Streets will be the most effected by this resolution; therefore student support is vital. I understand that during exams times most are not able to come out to the meeting at the town hall, yet it is critical that the council hear your support of this issue.
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