WCHL Community Forum
Climate change has been a political topic for years, but what has been or can be done at the local level to make an impact? Members of governing bodies in Orange County are working on a joint committee now to work on that answer.
Two prominent figures on the UNC – Chapel Hill campus that were in place on January 1, 2019, would not be when February rolled around. This month’s Community Forum walks through the time from that initial decision on January 14 through the events that followed.
WCHL news director Blake Hodge and Aaron Keck, host of WCHL’s The Aaron Keck Show, discuss the newsworthy items of 2018.
WCHL news director Blake Hodge and Aaron Keck, host of WCHL’s The Aaron Keck Show, discuss the changing landscape of higher education in North Carolina with the resignation of UNC System president Margaret Spellings.
Professor at Catawba College Michael Bitzer, Public Policy Polling director Tom Jensen and Meredith College professor David McLennan all spoke with WCHL about what they will be watching when results start coming in from the mid-term election.
Mitch Kokai from the John Locke Foundation and Rob Schofield from North Carolina Policy Watch joined the WCHL Community Forum to discuss the impact of the proposed amendments.
The WCHL Community Forum for August 2018 is a compilation of our coverage of the events leading up to and following the statue being toppled.
Sijal Nasralla representing the group SumOfUs, advocacy organization El Centro Hispano representative Eliazar Posada and Carrboro Board of Aldermen member Damon Seils discussed the current mindset of the local immigrant community and what local government and residents can do to be more involved on the WCHL Community Forum.
Carrboro Board of Aldermen member Bethany Chaney, Orange County Commissioner Barry Jacobs and Chapel Hill Town Council member Michael Parker broke down the budgets from each of their government bodies and how they will impact residents on the WCHL Community Forum.
Orange County Sheriff Charles Blackwood, Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue, Chapel Hill – Carrboro City Schools assistant superintendent Todd LoFrese and Orange County Schools Board of Education member Brenda Stephens discussed priorities to ensure school safety on the WCHL Community Forum.