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Water Service for 751 South

The Durham City Council will be voting on February 20th on whether to extend city services to the 751 South project. This project has been vocally opposed by many South Durham residents due to environmental concerns, lack of committed elements to require the developer to actual build what they advertised, lack of transportation infrastructure, and the costs to Durham tax-payers. The project was previously approved by the Durham County Commissioners despite barely legal actions by the developer to block the protest rights of neighboring Durham residents.

Highway 54 Corridor Study and Light Rail Alternative Routes

Here are a couple alternatives for providing input on the future development and changes along Highway 54. While these topics are certainly related, there are different groups driving each project, with separate schedules and decision to be made. Obviously at some point these plans will need to come together, but at this point it's important to make sure your comments are directed to the proper group.

Mothers’ Club Fall Sale

Downing Creek Mothers’ Club
Fall Sale

Saturday, October 1, 2011
7:30 – 10:30 a.m.
(rain or shine)
off Downing Creek Parkway in Chapel Hill

Good quality, gently used:
  Baby equipment, toys, books and DVD/videos;
  Baby, children’s and maternity clothes


Downing Creek is on Hwy 54 between Barbee Chapel Road and Farrington Road. From I-40, take exit 273, Hwy 54 West toward Chapel Hill. Follow signs to Downing Creek entrance and to sale in the neighborhood.

Transit Tax Debate

Pool Closes September 12

Just a reminder that the Downing Creek pool closes on September 12, so this is your last weekend to enjoy it.