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    Your letters, April 23

    With extensive education and honors, eight years of military service both as a military police officer and soldier, over 22 years experience in local law enforcement, and sustained community service, David Caldwell comes with a strong experiential background to tackle the Orange County sheriff&#...

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    Your letters, April 20

    After 40 some years, Roses is leaving our mall and 30 to 40 employes will be laid off. More jobs lost and another choice spot for senior shopping and walking obliterated.

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    Your letters, April 2

    In his letter (CHN, March 23), Tom Hauck stated that “Darrell Allison and his staff are working to ensure that poor or Economically Disadvantaged children, of all colors, can go to a school that will teach that child”. Unfortunately, the primary beneficiaries of the “Opportunity...

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    Your letters, April 16

    Orange County's recycling program is no longer on a path to lead.

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    More letters, April 13

    I just returned from a delightful walk down Chapel Hill’s newest greenway segment on a beautiful afternoon.

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    Your letters, April 9

    Michael Parker’s column (CHN, March 30, bit.ly/1i9j3he) enthusiastically supports the town staff’s plans for the Ephesus-Fordham area. This key town commercial center does have great potential for redevelopment, but the course we are on now is full of problems that Parker glosses over...

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    Your letters, April 6

    Student opposition to the occupancy cap stems from the need for affordable student housing. Unfortunately, raising the cap will not reduce rents since landlords price student rentals by the bed. More students means landlords get more rent.

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    Your letters, March 30

    Last year, local nonprofits, Carrboro town staff, and local businesses helped create the first ever Open Streets event in Carrboro.

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    Your letters, March 26

    There is a profound irony in the manner in which the Town Council approaches the issue of students moving into the Northside neighborhood.

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    Kirk Ross: Let’s get better at winter

    The drive from Hillsborough to Chapel Hill was slow, but steady. I was in my old Volvo station wagon, a rear-wheel drive vehicle that would not be my first choice in a winter storm, but is entirely adequate since it has roughly the same curb weight as a fully-loaded 737.

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