Hi, I'm new to this site (which I was pleased to discover via google), and I have some questions regarding Carr Mill Mall/Weaver Street Market's policies.
I'm a fifteen year old Durham resident, and my Chapel Hill/Carrboro friends and I have a tendency to hang out in Carrboro on Fridays, and we have been doing so off and on since February, but now that school is out, we hang out every week, and we are patrons to Rita's, CVS, Harris Teeter, Weaver Street, and other Carrboro establishments. We're boisterous more often than we should be, but we aren't being harmful to anyone (although, we ARE teenagers--I'm highly aware that our age range is infamous for being up to no good). Recently, we have had the intriguing and utterly annoying opportunity to meet Carr Mill's finest--Mystery Mall Cop, who has started to dislike our social habits. The fact that some of my acquantances purposefully tried to annoy him by dancing in the mall (he politely-yet-coldly recommended that we all leave), and we've drastically cleaned up our behaviour since then, but he kicked us off again the other day (to be blunt, it was incredibly daft of my friend to try to "run over" our other buddy with one of Weaver Street's carts), and we spent the evening over at Amante instead (another establishement where we are very loyal and considerate customers).
So, I know that we've done some very mindless things, and that this Mall Cop guy is predisposed to consider us a disturbance of the peace, but I'm wondering--what are the rules for the Carr Mill territory (yes, I've seen the sign; unless it's been updated recently, we've been within the rules)? We can clean up our act even more, and be better (i.e., more frequent) customers at, say, Weaver Street, but is it even worth trying, or should we find ourselves a patch of grass somewhere else to sit and talk for a few hours? Thanks in advance for answering this--my friends and I can be rowdy, but we mean the best.