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The Elon Town Council voted during the Aug. 9 regular meeting to unanimously approve the rezoning and conditional zoning request by GreenHawk development to allow the creation of Parc Northwest. This vote occurred after months of discussion between town staff, council, residents and the developers.
For the second meeting in a row, Elon Town Council voted during its July 25 meeting to continue the conversation about the rezoning request made by GreenHawk Development for the creation of Parc Northwest and delayed the vote until the Aug. 9 meeting.
Dennis Riddell decided in 2012 to run for the North Carolina House of Representatives because as a father and a North Carolina resident, he said he was concerned for the direction the state was headed. Since then, Riddell has served in the state legislature and said one of the most important things he has done is helped maintain a balanced budget while reducing taxes.
Elon senior Tiffany Pham has been working on her research about mother and infant interactions for a year and a half. Pham said her research through Elon’s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience has allowed her in the last 8 weeks to explore her topic on a deeper level.
Alamance County’s Board of Elections voted to maintain its four current one-stop, or early voting, sites and add Elon University as an additional location during its July 19 meeting.
Despite coming from four generations of firefighters, Chief Landon Massey had no interest in joining the profession until he graduated high school. And though he said he didn’t envision himself in this career from a young age, he has been immersed in the environment his whole life.
Elon Town Council voted to continue the conversation regarding the rezoning request made by GreenHawk Development, a firm which plans to create a mixed use development, Parc Northwest, in Elon. This decision came during the council’s regular meeting July 12, after a month that included a neighborhood meeting, technical review committee meeting and planning board meeting, as well as a public hearing where Mayor Emily Sharpe deemed this rezoning request one of the most contentious rezoning discussions she’s been a part of.
Beth Kennett, first vice chair of Alamance County Democratic Party opened the July 7 meeting with a call to action. The general election is Nov. 8 and Kennett said the party has a lot of work to do before then and believes party members must work together in order to get the candidates they want into office.
The town of Elon held a public hearing for citizens to speak for or against the rezoning request for the eventual creation of Parc Northwest, a mixed use development that would be located on Shallowford Church Road and University Drive. This was one of two public hearings held during Elon’s Town Council June 27 work session meeting.
For Green Level residents like Todd Corbett, the town’s Juneteenth celebration is both a celebration to commemorate the end of slavery, but also a chance to see the community members they grew up with.
Updated as of June 22 at 2:49 p.m. to include comment from Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson.
For Elon University alumna Sophie Winston ‘22, the Peace Corps Prep program changed the trajectory of her career, despite her not planning to immediately join the international service organization.
Elon Town Manager Rich Roedner explained additional budget amendments to the town council, including reduced health insurance costs, a donation to subsidize cost for downtown plaza and updated cost for solid waste and recycling during the Elon Town Council meeting June 14.
Facilities at Elon University operate on a different schedule over the summer than during the academic year. Elon News Network has compiled a guide for those staying on or near campus this summer.
Updated as of June 11 at 6:39 p.m. to include video
Updated as of May 17, 2022 at 10:59 p.m. to include the winners of the primary elections.
Updated as of May 18, 2022 at 12:14 a.m. to include primary election results.
Victoria Prince is a Republican running for North Carolina’s Supreme Court.
Charlton Allen is a Republican running for the North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge Seat 11. He has 17 years of experience as an attorney in private practice. Allen lives in Mooresville North Carolina and served on the North Carolina Industrial Commission. This tribunal is for adjudicating and administering workers’ compensation cases, eugenics compensation program matters and state tort claims.
Updated as of May 18, 2022 at 12:11 a.m. to include primary election results.