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2 The Tar Heel Thursday, May 22, 1980
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Aldermen discuss budget
specialists to train the Pine Room staff,
including a dietitian and an executive chef from
Atlanta, a head baker from Elon College and a
food service trainer. They will stay at UNC lac
three weeks or more, until they feel the staff is
trained according to ARA standards.
The atmosphere and decor are new in the Pine
Roam. Checkered yellow cloths adorn the dark
pint taBTts mid leafy green plants top counters in
the serving area. "We feel these new additions
help soften the look of the Pine Roon," said
Ramage. "The look was very sterile. We have
several other ideas we'd like to try."
P ine Room customers were affected pleasantly
on Monday by the change to ARA management
with its new look, food and serving style.
"Customers say they like the new look," said
Deborah Campbell, a Pine Room cashier. "And
they love the fresh doughnuts made each day by
Several English professors commended the
shiny white coffee mugs which replaced the old
styrofoam cups. The said the coffeee even tastes
better under the new system.
"The food's not that bad surprisel surprisel"
Student Body, president Bob Saunders said. A
library staffer agreed. "What I got was less
expensive and it tastes good." James Cansler,
assistant vice chancellor for student affairs, said
"I like what I see and taste."
The ARA staff have plans to change food
services at UNC even more, and say they are
eager for student input and suggestions for
"We want students to feel they have an
influence on their dining situation," said Camp.
Camp, a UNC graduate was hired by ARA to act
as a liaison between the students and the food
service. "If anybody has suggestions for us now,
they should come by our temporary office on
third floor Steele building.
"After we get settled in we'll probably have a
table set up once a week to hear complaints and
get suggestions, instead of a suggestion box,"
she said. "We want to hear all comments."
Decor changes planned include a tiffany
theme in the Pine Room. "We want to take out
some of the pine spindles and put in stained
glass inserts," said Ramage. "We hope to take
some pine out of the Pine Room look."
"We'd like to have tiffany type lamps too but
that's further downstream," he added.
ARA has plans for innovating meal times.
"Something different for dinner that's our
theme," said Ramage.
"We plan to have specials throughout the year
like roast beef night, steak night, Mexican
night," said Camp. "We'd like to introduce
quiche, crepes, and a better salad bar. We want to
cater to the health-conscious and vegetarians."
ARA also plans to include catering as part of
the dining services they will offer. "We want
dorms, frats, sororities, clubs, the general public
to know we'll be available for catering
receptions or parties," Camp said.
Ramage said that some of the innovations
may not appear until fall. "For summer our
biggest priority is to set up the entire operation,
and to get'everyone working as a team," he said.
"We want to be sure we're providing quality
food with good customer service before we start
giving the extras."
ARA Services already provides food services
for 19 colleges in North Carolina, including,
UNC-Greensboro, Meredith, Wake Forest, Shaw
and Brevard. "ARA also services more than 3,000
colleges in the nation," Camp said. "You can see
from that they've been pretty successful."
"ARA has done a phenomenal job to come in
such a short time and do such a good job by their
first day," Cansler said.
But some food service customers say they are
keeping their fingers crossed to see how long
ARA will keep up their improvements. As one
woman said as she finished her lunch, "It's a
nice change, but I don't know if it will last."
The proposed public works budget
called for the upgrading of various streets
in Carrboro. Given funding, Pine, Oak,
Cheek, High and West Carr streets would
be resurfaced. In addition, sidewalks would
be installed along South Weaver Street,
East Main Street, and in front of Carr Mill
Mall. If the proposed budget is adopted,
bike lanes would be constructed along
Jones Ferry Road and Greensboro's treet by
The Board is expected to adopt the
budget ordinance for Carrboro as a whole
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen met
with Public Works Director Chris
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