Congrats to Our Membership Raffle Winners!

By Beth Sheppard Thanks to all who helped make the 2022 March Membership Madness contest a success!  30 neighbors joined TPNA or renewed their membership during March and April: 13 first-time members and 17 renewals, bringing TPNA’s current membership to

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Trinity Park Foundation: Help Maintain Our Trees!

By Shelley Dekker Do you love clean & cool air, birds, and beneficial insects? Help maintain our trees! We are fortunate to have a fairly healthy tree canopy in Trinity Park, but it takes ongoing effort to replace the many

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For the Birds

By Sarasvati Ishaya Last fall, TPNA invited a presentation from the New Hope Audubon Society about the “Leave Your Leaves” Campaign, advocating leaving fallen leaves in your yard as a way to reduce pollution from gas-fired blowers and to increase

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Police Update from Lt. Cloninger

By Ron Gallagher Lt. Nick Cloninger, deputy commander of the Durham Police Department’s District 2, which covers Trinity Park, joined the May TPNA meeting to talk about crime and safety in the neighborhood.  He covered several topics. Larcenies and burglaries: 

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East End Connector – The End in Sight

By Mollie Flowe According to NCDOT, the East End Connector, a stretch of highway that will connect NC 147 with US 70, is expected to open this summer.  In fact, WRAL reports that the connector will open to the first

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Meet My Neighbor: Cathy Carinder

Interviewed by Charlie Flowe Name and family members: Cathy, Jude (husband), Abby (daughter), Lizzie (daughter),and Mac (dog) Occupation: Upper Elementary teacher at George Watts Address: 1411 N. Duke St. Why did you move to TP?  I grew up here, then

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Update on South Ellerbe Creek Wetlands Restoration

By Scott Doron Neighbors have noticed stirrings at the South Ellerbe Restoration construction site at 808 W. Trinity Ave. If you are new to the neighborhood, you have probably only seen vacant land at 808 W. Trinity Ave. across from

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Outcomes of June 8 TPNA Meeting on Historic Designation

TPNA’s June board meeting was held at George Watts elementary school on Wednesday, June 8, and was largely devoted to questions about Local Historic District (LHD) designation.  This is a complex issue that we have struggled with as a neighborhood

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June 8 – Neighborhood Meeting about Historic Designation

The Trinity Park Neighborhood Association will host a neighborhood meeting on June 8 at 7 pm to discuss historic designation options for our neighborhood.  We hope to have the meeting in person at George Watts Montessori Elementary School, 700 Watts St., tentatively

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It’s March Membership Madness!

Join or renew your TPNA membership in March (or April) for a chance to win a $40 gift certificate to Miel Bon Bons on Main St. (www.mielbonbons.com) We have 1 prize for first-time members, and 1 prize for renewing members.

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