Huh. Eller has stopped accepting Section 8 before:
Now there are two stories. The story of these residents in Garner, and the ongoing story of Chapel Hill's affordable housing problem. If Eller was praised by the chamber for his affordable housing work, there's definitely a different standard out there.
It seems that EPC LLC is Eller Capital Partners, of Chapel Hill. The president of that company, Daniel Eller, is on the Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce and was named one of 40 under 40.
Completely shameful and the perfect example of why federal funding for the poor and disabled must not be slashed, because greed is actually NOT good and people will die.
Sure hope they choose a different path. And that goes for the Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, too. He shouldn't be on the board.
While I do find the loop harrowing though I moved here eight years ago, more harrowing is the shrug Kevin Dick offers regarding gentrification and loss of small businesses downtown. Yes, the free market will price them out, but should that be inevitable? Manhattan has lost its charm for this same reason; must Durham too?
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