Daily Archives: July 15, 2021

Arts & Culture

Squirrels – Your Friendly Backyard Tenants

by Jan Nichols Squirrels are ubiquitous. You may love them, as did a friend of mine who transformed her yard into a squirrel haven, or you may consider them a pesky rodent that must be banished from your yard. But ...
Arts & Culture

Does Your Creative Life Need a Tune Up? Part 2

“Desire for an idea is like bait. You’re fishing, and you have to have patience. You bait your hook, and then you wait. The desire is the bait that pulls those fish in those ideas.” David Lynch by Michele T. ...
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Siler City creates Immigrant Community Advisory Committee, approves pay increase ...

The Siler City Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution to create an Immigrant Community Advisory Committee on June 21. The resolution is a recommended action from the Siler City Building Integrated Communities (BIC) Action Plan, which consists of recommendations ...
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Pittsboro Election Filings

Pittsboro Mayor Jim Nass filed for re-election on July 2, 2021 and stated that it “has been an honor and a privilege to serve all of the people of Pittsboro.” Nass was elected in 2019 when he succeeded Mayor Cindy ...
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Pittsboro passes $13,435,807 budget – 42.8% increase from last year

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent The town of Pittsboro Board of Commissioners passed a more than $13 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, marking a nearly 43% increase from the previous year. According to Town Manager Chris Kennedy’s presentation ...
From the Publisher

From the Publisher…

by Randolph Voller An African Proverb states that when an elder dies a library burns. It certainly has felt that way. So many people I’ve known over the past thirty years since I moved here from Indiana have died. Most ...
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Main Street Pittsboro Updates Stakeholders

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent Main Street Pittsboro hosted a mixer for downtown business and property owners on Tuesday, June 15th to provide an update on the work the organization has completed and its future plans. “The goal is to ...
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Press Releases from Pittsboro Town Manager Chris Kennedy

Update: City of Greensboro 1,4 Dioxane Discharge, Potentially Impacting Pittsboro’s Drinking Water System On July 1, 2021, the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) informed Town of Pittsboro officials that the City of Greensboro reported an excessive discharge of ...
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Chatham County Approves $150 Million Budget

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent Chatham County has approved its $150 million budget which is an increase of about $17 million from the previous year’s budget. With increased revenue from an estimated 14% increase in property values due to growth ...
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Infrastructure Woes

Basic infrastructure is desperately in need of updating and investment in Chatham County. Whether it’s universal access to broadband, which has been bottled up by legislation crafted by the Republican-run General Assembly since 2011, or more basic needs such as ...