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. The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 10, 19873
By ANDREA SHAW
The Chapel Hill Planning Board
will recommend in October that the
town council approve the downtown
Westcourt complex, a $12 million
retail, office and residential project.
Before construction can begin on
the complex proposed for West
Franklin and Rosemary streets, the
town council must issue a special-use
permit, said Diana Woolley, town
The permit is required before
construction can begin on any project
that would occupy more than 20,000
square feet of floor space or one acre
of land. .
If approved, construction of the
Westcourt complex will be completed
in three phases, said Chapel Hill
developer Guilford Waddell.
The project will consist of two six
story residential buildings and the
existing 30,000 square-foot Southern
The first phase will include reno
vation of the Southern Bell building
for shops and commercial space.
Waddell said renovations should take
60 to 90 days to complete.
Plans call for 24 condominiums in
the West Franklin Street building and
20 condominiums in the West
Rosemary Street building. Prices for
these residential units range from
$150,000 to $200,000.
The second phase will include
construction of a sixrstory residential
building beside the Southern Bell
building on West Franklin Street.
If the special-use permit is granted
by the end of October, Waddell said
these condominiums should be com
pleted by mid-1988.
The last phase will include con
struction of a second six-story resi
dential building on West, Rosemary
Street. Waddell said.- the" building
should be completed by January
The project also includes plans for
athletic clubs, six guest bedroom
suites for rent to visitors and under
ground parking decks.
"The plans are about 50 percent
complete (including recommended
planning board changes), and we're
still on schedule," Waddell said. "It's
rare that the planning board will
approve something of this size."
Waddell said the complex, as well
as. the controversial Rosemary
Square project, should be good for
the downtown area. Rosemary
Square is a hotel, retail and parking
complex proposed for Rosemary and
"This is primarily a residential
project in the heart of Chapel Hill,"
Waddell said. "WeVe already had
people coming to us with deposits for
condos. So we (Rosemary Sqaure
and Westcourt) should complement
Town council member Jonathan
UNC policeman files grievance against department
By KIMBERLY EDENS
Yet another University police
officer has filed a grievance against
the department, alleging that a June
departmental reorganization was
conducted unfairly. , ,
Officer Marcus Perry joined 13
other officers who filed similar
Perry claims he was denied an
equal opportunity when he applied
for a promotion.
Perry said Tuesday that he applied
for the position of lieutenant training
officer in June, but did not receive
He filed his grievance a few weeks
ago, when he was told by a sergeant
in the department that he had not
been considered for the position
because he was "ineligible."
Perry said he asked why he had
been considered ineligible, and was
told he had not been with the
department long enough. Perry
joined the campus police force in
But Perry said he was eligible,
according to Dan Burleson, assistant
personnel director for employee
relations, because Perry worked for
state law enforcement agencies since
Perry said Burleson told him that
he had simply not been considered
for the position. Burleson would not
comment on the matter.
Perry went through step one of the
grievance process, meeting with
Robert Sherman, UNC's director of
"He did not address my grievance
to my satisfaction," Perry said.
Sherman declined to comment on the
During step two of the grievance
process, Perry met with the personnel
department, and asked that another
lieutenant training officer position be
created, with the same-pay scale and
job description as the one he was
Burleson offered a different reso
lution to the matter, Perry said.
"He (Burleson) agreed that I had
not been considered, and I had not
been treated fairly, and he said I
should be given an apology," Perry
Perry said he was not satisified with
an apology. "I consider it detrimental
to my career," he said. "I think they
picked who they wanted."
Perry went on to step three of the
grievance process Tuesday, filing an
appeal with the staff grievance
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