Kenneth, you express so well the frustration most of us feel. For you to have had the courage, the self control to attend the rally speaks volumes of your fine character. It has been a ghastly time, a growing malignancy in our country. I believe that truth, honor, and substance will prevail. And then the reunification of our brothers and sisters will begin.
Miss Molly sounds awesome and I hope to experience a session with her soon.
This is bizarre! Of all the years I've lived in Durham and Raleigh, I've never heard of anything so ridiculous! I work at Real Estate By Design in Durham and someone once left a flyer for a cat washing service (LOL), which I thought was crazy enough, but this takes the cake!
Real Estate By Design
2327 Englert Drive #100
Durham, NC 27713
welp, that's exactly the same map I planned to pick (save for making NE all red and ME all blue), so no fun in that!
so does this mean he didn't take the time to fill out the questionnaire like all the other candidates? he just sent his campaign flyer?
Had dinner at Northside District this past weekend and everything about our experience was excruciatingly slow. Empty drinks went unfilled. When the food finally came out, everything was pretty tasty, but why does it take 40 minutes to make a salad? Its not like the dining room was busy whatsoever.
I'm going to respectfully disagree that "Howard was correct to support the zoning measure." This particular measure defies any kind of common sense and was pushed through with very little opportunity for public input until it was already essentially a done deal. I agree that some kind of county wide zoning is a good thing, but changing all unzoned areas to 1 acre residential is just plain lazy and irresponsible. Several times I asked why it was done this way. The best answer I could get is that it is for "consistency". I'm not sure why we need this kind of consistency in such a diverse county. At a minimum, shouldn't the watershed around Jordan Lake be zoned as something that prevents development? The Army Corps already forbids building much of anything on their land, so this newfound "consistency" is awfully confusing. Zoning farm land for residential use and then grandfathering the agricultural use is, in my view, a sneaky way of setting the stage for future development.
I may vote for Howard anyway, but I'm sure going to disagree with her position on this issue.
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22nd ANNUAL KWANZAA CELEBRATION
Theme: "It's a New Dawn, It's a New Day"
Thursday, December 29, 2016, 11 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
Karyn C. Thomas
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CARY, NC The Ujima Group, Inc. in partnership with the Town of Cary will host its 22nd Kwanzaa Celebration at the Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Avenue located in downtown Cary, NC. 27511 .
The theme for this years celebration is "It's a New Dawn; It's a New Day "and will feature a performance by The Children Dance Group Name - Kuumba Dance Company at 1:00 pm followed by Elegba, from the Yoruba cosmology of West Africa 4:00 pm. Orisa or intercessor who opens the roads, bringing clarity. The Elegba Folklore Society is a year-round, lively celebration of African and African American culture which will be performing at the 22nd Annual Kwanzaa Celebration in Cary, NC, Thursday, December 29, 2016.
In the tradition of every Kwanzaa celebration there will be a procession of the elders and the Harambee Circle.
Kwanzaa is a community cultural celebration that pays tribute to the African- American heritage by calling into practice seven values unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
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The Town of Cary co-sponsors the Kwanzaa Celebration through the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department with The Ujima Group Inc., a non-profit 501c3 community organization.
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