Pittsboro Matters

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Response to Virginia Penley

The following was printed in the February 2016 edition of the Chatham County Line in response to claims and assumptions made by Virginia Penley Facts Matter By Amanda Robertson, Chair Pittsboro Matters, Inc. The...

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Good News and Bad News

Court Dismissal… We Will Keep Fighting for Citizens!  We learned Friday evening that our latest lawsuit challenging Chatham Park was dismissed in superior court. While we are disappointed to lose this round, the battle...

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Judge says “No!” to Chatham Park’s Money Grab

Chatham Park developers failed in an apparent attempt to intimidate Pittsboro Matters just as we were preparing to file our third lawsuit. We prevailed, thanks to our attorney Robert Hornik. Believe it or not,...

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Third Lawsuit Challenges Third Master Plan Approval

Pittsboro Matters, a community nonprofit organization, filed a third lawsuit Thursday (October 8) challenging the August 10 Pittsboro Town Board 4-1 approval of a third version of a new master plan and rezoning for...

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1,4 Dioxane in Pittsboro Drinking Water!

A known carcinogen, 1,4-Dioxane, has been found in the Haw River according to studies done by NC State University professor, Dr. Detlef Knappe. 1,4-Dioxane is an industrial solvent. Current water treatment measures performed by the...

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Small Area Plans Review Process – FAIL!

It’s time to tell the Pittsboro Town Board that we want meaningful citizen input and independent professional impact assessments before approval of small area plans for Chatham Park. Remember the repeated promises we heard...