The Supreme Court has decided against passing the law that would ban cell phone use whilst driving in Chapel Hill. The law would have also constrained towing in the town as well.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen held a public hearing about the Town’s towing ordinance, most notably from representatives of Carr Mill Mall.
On Monday, Chapel Hill’s towing ordinance that was once struck down by a North Carolina Superior Court Judge takes effect.
A week after the state Appeals Court upheld Chapel Hill’s ability to enforce its towing laws, a Carrboro resident has filed a complaint against Barnes Towing for violating the Town Code.
In King versus Town of Chapel Hill, the state court of appeals has overturned a ruling by the superior court that a ban on towing practices in Chapel Hill was unconstitutional.Read More
CHAPEL HILL – The issue of towing is once again back in the spotlight in Chapel Hill as...Read More