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Mayor Lydia Lavelle previews Election Day, discusses the future of parking and traffic in Carrboro, and weighs in on the fight over partisan gerrymandering.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses the approval of Lloyd Farm development, upcoming Halloween events – and a possible name change for the Board of Aldermen.
Mayor Lavelle and Aaron discuss a high-profile Supreme Court case on LGBT rights – but not before getting in the weeds on Lloyd Farm development.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses recent candidate forums, this week’s town board meeting, recent studies on affordable housing and parking – and a big Supreme Court case.
The Carrboro Music Festival is this weekend! Also, aldermen meet with county commissioners, development might be on hold on Old 86, and Carrboro seeks student artists.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses Carrboro’s climate-protection efforts, conversations between local elected leaders, and her endorsement of Pete Buttigieg for 2020.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle attends multiple candidate forums, declares Labor Day as Living Wage Day, and prepares for the fall meeting season (which starts Tuesday).
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses tourism news, construction updates – and Carrboro’s application to be named a gold-level bicycle-friendly community.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses road improvements, the (successful) search for a missing woman, and an important upcoming Supreme Court case.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses work on a new roundabout at the Estes/Greensboro intersection – and a letter she’s cosigned calling for the US Senate to take action on gun violence.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle chats about where things stand on the Greene Tract – and what she’s looking forward to in her (likely) next two years as mayor.
Mayor Lavelle joins Aaron to discuss her upcoming reelection campaign – and the key issues facing Carrboro for the next two years.
Mayor Lavelle returns from a trip to Virginia, where 70 locals learned about bus rapid transit. Also, Carrboro celebrates Pride and gets ready for the Fourth of July.