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Does an endorsement count if the process wasn’t fair?

By Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent Municipal candidates and their supporters  are touting endorsements from the local Sierra Club in municipal races in Orange County and Pittsboro, but is it fair to do so if the process did not engage all ...
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Mayor Nass calls for a Mask Mandate in Pittsboro

On September 24th, Mayor Jim Nass issued an amendment to the State of Emergency Proclamation adding a Mask Mandate. It went into effect at 5 p.m. on September 24th and remains in force until the town’s state of emergency proclamation ...
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Pittsboro Municipal Candidate Profiles

Candidate for MAYOR: Jim Nass Have you run for office before?Yes If Yes, what office?Mayor Please enter your website and/or Facebook URL.My Facebook page is Jim Nass What is your preferred campaign email address?jwnass@icloud.com What is your political affiliation?Unaffiliated Who ...
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Pittsboro Municipal Election: In-Person Voting starts October 14th

The Pittsboro Municipal election is upon us. This year residents of Pittsboro will elect their Mayor and two Town Commissioners. The Mayor serves a two year term, Town Commissioners serve four year terms. Only registered voters who live inside the ...
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Main Street Pittsboro Enhances Downtown

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent Main Street Pittsboro is a force in leading the vitality of  downtown Pittsboro—starting with the appearance and accessibility of downtown properties, marketing the downtown as a destination for shoppers, supporting businesses with promotion, and expanding opportunities ...
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Lexie Wolf of Yoga Garden Pittsboro on Main Street

What does the mural mean for you? Your business? The downtown district?  “Here in downtown Pittsboro, small business owners have endured years of demonstrations and riots, construction, and of course, the pandemic. I happen to run a business that is ...
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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 ...
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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 ...