Mayor Lydia Lavelle recaps the Metropolitan Mayors Conference in Greensboro, discusses bicycle friendliness, and reads a poem about the new “Town Council.”
Chapel Hill gets new Town Council members, launches “Chapel Hill-idays” in December, and works to promote energy efficiency. Mayor Pam Hemminger stops by.
Commissioner Penny Rich discusses Monday’s board meeting, a report from the Partnership to End Homelessness, and the latest economic development news.
It’s Tom Stevens’ very last Conversation With The Mayors, as he prepares to step down after 14 years on the job. He takes a look back – and a look forward.
The Board of Aldermen becomes the Town Council, officials get an update on the bike plan, and the board considers MLK quotes. Mayor Lydia Lavelle stops by.
Mayor Pam Hemminger recaps a big week: the town’s 200th birthday, a major economic announcement, and big improvements in advancing LGBTQ equality.
County Commissioner Penny Rich is excited about economic development, especially Well’s announcement of their Chapel Hill headquarters this week.
Mayor Tom Stevens discusses appointing a new town board member, a recent award for town government, and exciting news for Hillsborough’s arts community.
Mayor Pam Hemminger stops by with an update on rezoning decisions, bikepath petitions, urban designers, and a celebration of local trees.
County Commissioner Penny Rich discusses NC-54 plans, advisory board appointments, and upcoming major renovations at the Link Building.