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4The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, August 29, 1984
Town employe turnover called too high
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By MARJORIE MORRIS -
Decreasing the high employe tur
nover rate which plagued the 1983-84
fiscal year should be given higher
priority, Chapel Hill Mayor Joseph
Nassif told Town Manager David
Taylor at a town coucil meeting Mon
day night. Last fiscal year, 65
employes left. Twelve of the 65 were
law enforcement officers.
The Chapel Hill Police Department
had the highest employe turnover rate,
contributing to the town's overall rate
of 16 percent.
The 1982-83 turnover rate was 11
When compared with other police
departments, the turnover rate for
CHPD is much too high, Nassif said.
Nassif said the high turnover rate meant
a financial loss to Chapel Hill.
It takes six months after an officer
is hired before he is able to go out on
the streets alone, Taylor said.
During this six-month training, the
cost to Chapel Hill is approximately
$15,000 per officer before the town gets
any return on its money.
He said the highest turnover rate
should be in public works and not in
the police department.
Taylor said progress was made,
noting the approval of joint planning
with Orange County, the passage of the
thoroughfare plan, and the approval of
the Rosemary Square Project.
The Rosemary Square Project is the
mixed use development plan approved
by the Town Council for the town's
parking lot, east of the NCNB building.
The Town Council authorized the
Fraser Company of North Carolina 325
parking spaces, with a hotel and office-
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chicken is a delicate process that requires the work
of expensive professionals. However, in the off chance your
telephone will be shipped
directly to you after one
call to 1-800-555-8111,
or you can pick up your
phone at any of our AT&T
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leasing a chicken, we can tell you
with some certainty that the cost
of leasing a telephone this fall is
far less than you might think.
The decision to lease a chicken
or a telephone, of course, rests with
you. But should you opt for the tele
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concerning AT&T Phone Center
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retail space in approximately one to two
Nassif and Taylor will report progress
of negotiations with the Fraser Com
pany to the Town Council by Sept. 10.
Taylor sent a memorandum to Nassif
and the Town Council, however, telling
them he plans to request a 60-day
extension of the negotiating period on
In other action, the Town Council
approved a petition from Robert Page,
a Chapel Hill attorney, to withdraw
applicant Dennis Howell's request for
a special use permit to develop the
Commons at Woodlyn, formerly Wood
The council did not set a date to
reschedule the discussion of the pro
posed project, deciding to wait until it
heard from the petitioner again.
Theatre in the Park will hold audi
tions at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 4 and 5 for its
upcoming production of Raleigh.
Scripted by TIP Artistic Director Ira
David Wood, Raleigh is a historical
drama about Sir Walter Raleigh.
The auditions will be held at the
company's theatre in Raleigh.
Auditioners are asked to be prepared
to perform a two-minute monologue.
For more information on the audi
tions or the production, call Theatre in
the Park at (919) 755-6058.
Fall rehearsals of the Chapel Hill
Carrboro Community Chorus will
begin at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at Phillips
Junior High School in Chapel Hill.
New members are welcome in the
group. No audition is required.
The chorus will perform Antonio
Vivaldi's Gloria and Camille Saint
Saens' Christmas Oratorio in early
For more information, call Jo Flair
at 967-3837 or Kaye Powell at 489956.
5 p.m. The Association of Interna
tional Students will meet for the
first time this semester in the
International Center in the
Union. All interested students
7 p.m.' - The Campus Christian Fellow-
House for an organizational
meeting. All are welcomed, call
The Catholic Campus Ministry
will have a "Welcome Pot- 1
Luck" Dinner in the Newman
Center. Call 942-8471.
8 p.m. "Missing Persons" live at the
Union. Tickets available at the g
Union Box Office.
10 p.m. The Anglican Student Fellow
ship will have Eucharist at
Chapel of the Cross. Also,
information on the ASF Labor
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