Food trucks differ from brick-and-mortar restaurants in many ways, from target clientele to their lack of permanent address. But there is one standard food industry leaders say the two should be held equally accountable to: sanitation.
A group advocating a quarter-cent sales tax referendum will make its presence known at a Chapel Hill candidates forum tonight. The Campaign for Jobs and Schools committee, which started meeting in July this year, was formed to reach out to county voters to increase support for the proposed quarter-cent sales tax.
Chapel Hill’s newly revised tree canopy standards have brought the town more than shade. Earlier this month, the N.C. Forest Service gave Chapel Hill the “Outstanding Project Merit Award” for revising its 20-year-old tree protection ordinance.
Candidates running for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board of Education attended their last question and answer forum Wednesday evening.