North Carolina

Town Hall- Downtown Chapel Hill

On February 25th from 5:30-6:30, I'm hosting a Town Hall at DSI Comedy on Franklin Street focused on our downtown. Come hear about what's new for Franklin and Rosemary Streets in the coming year, and share your vision about what you want downtown to look like in the future!

Date: 

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 5:30am

Location: 

DSI Comedy

This Week in Orange Politics: January 5-11

Though most of Orange County's public bodies are still in recess for the holidays, the Chapel Hill Town Concil will hold three important meetings. The first, a work session, will cover the financial side of the town's transit plan. The council will also meet with the county's state legislative delegation to discuss priorities in advnace of the Genenal Assembly re-convening next week, and hold a special on Obey Creek.

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

  • The Board is in recess until Tuesday, January 13.

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

OFFICE HOURS WITH BOCC CANADATE GARY KAHN

office hours with Gary Kahn are  Mon -Fri 2-5 pm at Tabbacco Road Chapel Hill. in the Bar Area. to discuss campaign issues anyone might have. Thanks. Gary Kahn.P.s. Now through election day.

 

Checkpoints & Racial Bias

The INDY also asked about roadblocks/checkpoints and potential racial profiling.  Here are my thoughts on the matter:

If checkpoints are being manipulated to racially profile drivers, then that is a gross misuse of a tool which is a public good and such actions have no place in my administration.  Checkpoints are instituted to keep people from hurting themselves and others, not as an instrument of racial oppression or intimidation.  I would welcome review of the department’s documentation for checkpoints by organizations such as the ACLU because I am committed to justice and transparency. 

State of Conflict Screening at the Varsity

Hogan Farms Precinct and the Orange County Democratic Party proudly presents:

 

State of Conflict: North Carolina, a documentary produced by Bill Moyers

 

at the Varsity Theatre (123 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill)

Sunday, April 27th from 2:00 – 3:00 pm

 

Following the movie, there will be a 30-minute discussion led by Thomas Mills, local political consultant and editor of the PoliticsNC blog.

In lieu of admissions, a suggested donation of $5 will support the Orange County Democratic Party and its efforts to turn North Carolina blue.

Date: 

Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Varsity Theatre (123 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill)

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