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Thursday June 1st

Matt Hasselberg


Chapel Hill's newly renovated Oakwood Park art project gives kids hands-on experience

When nine-year-old Avery Myers goes to play in Oakwood Park, she will see her own paintings adorning the gate to the playground. She is one of many community children who participated in two Community Clay Studio workshops in July to create and paint the 80 clay tiles that now make up the playground entrance. The gate will be one of many new renovations featured in the play area’s re-opening on Saturday.

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Chapel Hill implements affordable housing policy

Rising rental rates and housing prices pose a major hurdle to providing affordable housing in Chapel Hill — an issue town council and mayoral candidates have made a cornerstone of the 2011 race. The Chapel Hill Town Council adopted a long-term strategy to increase the availability of affordable housing units in June.

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