Where else can you read about Chapel Hill 2020? 

Here are a few places, to get you started:

Chapel Hill Carrboro News

Orange Politics

Chapel Hill Watch


Chapel Hill Magazine –

The Indy – Triangulator –

Daily Tar Heel – Town Talk –

3 thoughts on “Links

    • If you subscribe to the blog, you should get announcements of all new posts. If you were expecting an email, perhaps we don’t have have the correct information – sometimes we have a hard time reading handwriting or we get a typo in the transcription! You can send an email to and let us know which theme you’re interested in. Another option is to sign up for the comp plan updates from the town’s email service at: (look for the ‘sign up’ box on the left). Hope that helps!

  1. Susan Morance says:

    I am glad to be a stakeholder and to be participating in the Chapel Hill 2020 process. I appreciate the work that has gone into taking the themes and visions explored in the workshop on September 27 and putting them into forms for us to review, consider, and vote on.

    Draft Vision D was the choice I favored most. However, I did not agree with starting the narrative with “Chapel Hill will be the best college town in America.” I do not feel this should be our main claim to fame. We want the University to be an important part of Chapel Hill for sure and want to draw students here. However, the students are by and large a transient population. I feel the main focus should be on what the stable resident population wishes Chapel Hill to be.

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