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  • Chatham Regulation and Control Choices

  • This review of zoning subdivisions addresses zoning in general, local setback rules, the major corridor ordinance, conservation pressure on planning and governance, the river corridor setback and how they effect landowner rights.

    by Tom Glendinning


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    Novel launch

    Acaju, the first novel by Chatham writer Douglas Beye Lorie, will be launched on Saturday, June 7, 1- 4 p.m. at the Pittsboro Roadhouse. The period piece is set in Brazil during the 1700s.

    The author will read from his book at 2:30 p.m. Copies will be available, as well as a special menu.

    Housing Expo

    Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors, EmPOWERment, Inc. and Chatham Habitat for Humanity are partnering together to expand housing education and opportunities in Chatham County.

    The Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors and these two non-profits, currently the only two housing non-profits serving Chatham, are hosting a Housing Expo Saturday, June 28. The purpose of this Expo is to educate home buyers and potential buyers about the details, obligations, and opportunities associated with homeownership. The goal is to reach and serve at least 100 individuals and families.

    In addition to providing educational presentations and materials, an important and unique component of this expo is the presence of local businesses and vendors. The home buying process can be intimidating and overwhelming to first time buyers. The Expo will take place on Saturday, June 28, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Pittsboro Roadhouse.



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