What could town control mean for Franklin Street? Chapel Hill weighs alternatives.


The Chapel Hill Town Council spent an hour Wednesday talking about the costs and benefits of taking over downtown Franklin Street. The N.C. Department of Transportation controls and maintains the iconic street. Town staff and elected officials have expressed frustration that lack of control over the town’s main thoroughfare stymies enlivening downtown. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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What could town control mean for Franklin Street? Chapel Hill weighs alternatives.


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