Monthly Archives: May 2010

RRP Compliance: the costs of an unenforced law

Update: WXII TV’s Bill O’Neil follows up on the issue.  One quibble, Bill:  We are a specialized window “restoration” company.  We restore, repair and weatherize existing windows.  Window “replacement” companies are a dime a dozen and worth every penny. ********************************** Looking out the window of my 1908 house I can see three of my neighbors’ [...]

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Sitting in the Council’s chairs

Last night, members of The Spirit of the Sit-In Movement Initiative temporarily occupied the dais (as in – they ‘sat in‘ the Council’s chairs.  Get it?) during a break of the City Council meeting.  Some were subsequently arrested for trespassing. Yesterday, I received a wide distribution email from Rev. Nelson Johnson of the Beloved Community [...]

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WMS – Next steps

The N&R covers the latest happenings surrounding War Memorial Stadium. I appealed to the Historic Preservation Commission last week to start the process of folding the stadium property into the boundaries of the Aycock Historic District.  The presentation sparked enough interest for the issue to be placed on the agenda for next month’s meeting of [...]

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