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Thursday October 21st

Survey: We're looking to hear from those who have lived in Chapel Hill public housing

Henry Haney is an assistant city & state editor for the 2020-2021 school year.
Buy Photos Henry Haney is an assistant city & state editor for the 2020-2021 school year.

Chapel Hill is a growing, ever-changing community. While such growth brings new, diverse minds and fresh faces to the Town, it also creates a greater demand for affordable and public housing — demand that is difficult to meet. 

The Town has a number of public housing communities, but not enough to provide for all those in Orange County in need of housing. On top of that, some of the communities face debilitating structural damage that does not serve its residents — like Trinity Court, which has been vacated for a few years

In the midst of a pandemic, safe and reliable housing is crucial, but it’s not the reality of everyone in Orange County. Whether you currently live in a Chapel Hill public housing community, have lived in one in the past or are waiting for a unit to open up, we want to hear from you. 

Please fill out the form below with as much information as you can provide, and we’ll be in touch. 


@henryhaney17

@DTHCityState | city@dailytarheel.com

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