Indy seems to have gone cray-cray....Mike Woodard for NC Senate 22!
There's also a rather disappointing draft of an urban open space plan that really avoids health and equity concerns. After a decade of pushing by the Durham Open Space and Trails commission to get the Planning Department to consider these issues, it punted:
You can learn more about this topic and see data from Durham in my 2011 book, Constructed Climates (Chicago University Press). The whole book is online: http://sites.biology.duke.edu/wilson/ConCl…
Duke's tenured and tenure-track faculty can sign on to a letter of support here:
Gotta vote out the Republican legislature...that's who sets the rates and determines allowable water quality. AquaNC must be big-time donors. Up here in north Durham we have an AquaNC system: higher rates, lower quality.
Did you guys get hazard pay for reading these?
As long as we're considering major changes, we should contemplate the I-40/55 route proposed by Rekeweg. Now that Raleigh has some transit-friendly folks, it would be easier to do regional transit.
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