In case you missed it, here are some of the local news stories making headlines in Sunday's Chapel Hill News.
STEEP BILL: The apartments known as Old Well, Abbey Court and Collins Crossing have always been among the most affordable in Orange County. Now a new owner is proposing a $5,000 per unit fee to begin making long-needed repairs. Read what local nonprofits whto own units there have to say about it in our story here.
STAIRWELL ACCIDENT: As if any proof was needed of the need for those repairs, a 10-year-old boy was injured last month when the concrete stair tread in one of the Collins Crossing buildings gave way beneath him. Read more about in correspondent Sara Mansur's story here.
COLUMBIA HEADACHES: The widening of South Columbia Street (center turn lanes, bike lanes etc) could cost Chapel Hill Transit a bundle if the system tries to maintain the same level of service through detours that now travels through the busy corridor, as often as every 90 seconds during peak hours. Find out how much in staff writer Tammy Grubb's story here.
The Town Council has a big viote tonight, Lynden Harris has a secret and the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools hold the first of two public hearings on redistricting tonight. Get all the details, along with schools Superintendent Tom Forcella's (left) first monthly report in Sunday's Chapel Hill News, now reaching 38,000 homes.
And thanks for reading,