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Lavonia Allison's reign ends 

Clinging to the helm of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People for the past 14 years, Lavonia Allison has made one thing very clear: She'll go when she damn well pleases. Critics of her inflexible leadership have tried to…

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I've lived in Durham for over 12 yrs now and have seen and experienced it's good and bad. I have …

by Ron Corey on Talking About Affordable Housing Is Easy. Actually Building It Is Much More Difficult. (Durham County)

And now DPS wants to build "affordable housing" for teachers, not the poor. Does anybody really mean to build affordable …

by MJKopechne on Durham’s Public Housing Is Aging and Deteriorating. Is Partnering with Private Investors the Answer? (Durham County)

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