If i were a Durham elected official, i would be letting Chatham County officials know that the price of water allocations has suddenly gotten much, much higher.
I tried to read this article, but i brickwalled at this line: "Zealots of the New York crust—which amounts in most cases to a steamrolled bagel . . . "
Come on. If you're going to write about pizza, you should have eaten a good pie at least once in your life.
Too bad Meelo isn't downtown, and thus, not subject to a New York Times review.
"Fleetwood Mac would not have become a legend without Lindsey Buckingham."
If City Council is that offended by this, there's a remedy at hand - bring the UGA boundaries back to where they were.
"Dozens of tenants were displaced last April after the Liberty Warehouse in downtown Durham's Central Park district was condemned by the city. Heavy rains and a leaky ceiling caused a section of the roof to collapse. A year later, the company has yet to repair the hole."
And yet, the building is currently plastered with "For rent" signs.
Perhaps an enterprising reporter would look into how the city handled illegal dumping into the intermittent stream behind the so-called "Day Care Center" at 1607 Avondale Drive last year?
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