N.C. Governor Pat McCrory and newly appointed State Budget Director Lee Roberts addressed the media in the Joint Force Headquarters Media Briefing Room in Raleigh, N.C. on Thursday, March 5, 2015. They unveiled the Governor's proposed 2015-2017 Budget for the state.
A group opposed to the Chatham Park development has sued the Town of Pittsboro for the second time, after the Pittsboro Board of Commissioners voted earlier this month to allow more land to be added to the 7,200-acre planned development.
A beam from the wreckage of the World Trade Center is now the centerpiece of the new Chatham County First Responders’ Memorial – a testament to the sacrifices that police, firefighters and paramedics make locally and throughout the country.
Opponents of a development project that would transform a large part of eastern Chatham County in coming decades have filed a lawsuit against the town of Pittsboro seeking to stop it. The lawsuit is proposing the town overturn the master plan, rezoning of Chatham Park and a planned development district ordinance.
The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners tackled a final set of issues and later voted 4-1 to create Chatham Park, which is believed to be the largest single real estate development plan in North Carolina history.
The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners tabled a decision Monday that would open the door for a massive decades-long development of business and residential project that could potentially grow Pittsboro by 60,000 residents. The decision came around midnight after about 60 people gathered in the cold outside the historic Pittsboro courthouse to protest a seminal vote on one of the largest single developments the Triangle has ever seen.
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