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Several Chapel Hill residents supported
bikeroutes and recreation proposals Monday
night at a public hearing on the town's five-year
SI 1.4 million capital improvements program.
The program includes 3 1 projects in the area of
land acquisition, transportation, leisure activities,
public safety, general municipal facilities and
Although the Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen
and the Planning Board heard little opposition to
the total program, controversy arose over the
order of priorities of the recommendations.
Dan Koenigshofer of the Sierra Club cited the
need for a bikeroutes system in Chapel Hiil before
1979-80, the year proposed in the plan.
He requested a change in priority because the
ratio of cars to bicycles registered in Chapel H ill is
2: 1 while the proposed budget's ratio of street
paving to bike planning is SO: I. Koenigshofer
added that several bicyclists have been seriously
injured by cars in the past six months.
Koenigshofer gave the board a list of city
improvements to facilitate bicycle riding, drawn
up by representatives of the Sierra Club, Chapel
Hill Bike Club and Carrboro Cyclists. He asked
the board to reevaluate the role of bicyclists in
town and reconsider the priority of bikeroutes.
Mary Howes, chairperson of the Chapel Hill
Recreation Commission, said the improvement
program did not correspond with the priorities set
by her group. The commission wanted
improvements at the existing Hargraves and
Ephesus Church Road recreation sites before the
development of Cedar Fall and Jones parks.
Other citizens supported projects for a
downtown center for the elderly, recycling
programs and a park-and-ride lot for future bus
service to the Research Triangle Park and
Mayor Howard N. Lee said the capital
improvements program would undergo further
review by the board based on citizen input. He
pointed out that all the goals might not be
accomplished in five years.
The aldermen supported using a bond issue to
iinance the projects. The capital improvements
program will probably be voted on in a fall bond
During its regular meeting, the board adopted
an ordinance establishing no-parking zones on 40
streets at various locations in Chapel Hill to
eliminate congested streets. The ordinance will
take effect May 15.
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Th You3 DamocraU CUA wSIl hoid Ri lat ftarty mating
at 7:30 tonlfht In Union. Any mwnbar who hat not y
nrwwtd Ma mambwsh tbouUl attend.
Thar w ba a moating of Iho Younfl Rapublicana Club at
pjn. in room 209. Union. Elactlona lor nait yaart
officar mm ba hk5 foBowtofl ort aociaL
Today la lst day lo agn up for an tmrvtw tor
tubcommitta eo-ehaJroaraon potKlona for the YM-YWCA
International Handterafts Bazaar. Coma by 102 Y building or
call 933-7S35 for Information.
A Scandinavian Evening writ! ba hakf at 7:15 p.m. Thursday,
m mo Oay Hail Faculty Loungo. Fontalnglng. diaptaya and
You ara invited to an authentic koahar deli from 5:30-7:30
pjn. Thuraday, at the Hlilel Foundation. 210 W. Cameron
The last Y-Dinner Dlacuaaion ol the year will be a picnic at
the home of Or. and Mrs. Norm Gustaveaon at 5:30 p.m.
Friday. Sign up at the Y office. Everyone la welcome.
Thar will ba a meeting for anyone interested in working on
the 1976 Carolina Symposium. "America ' Future: Beyond
the Bicentennial" at 3 p m. Thursday in the Frank Porter
Graham Lounge of the Union.
Items of Interest
Anyone Interested in bowling on eithar the UNC men's or
women's team should meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, in 21 7 Union.
Students are urged to make suggestions for new classes to
be organized outside the regular curriculum for next year.
Please atop by before Friday at the Special Project
Committee table In the Union.
Anyone interested in working as co-chairperson lor the
Walk for Humanity should come by 102 Y building this week.
For more information, call 933-7535.
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