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CAPE FEAR MEMORIAL BRIDGE: Updates, resources, and context

CFR: West bank scenarios, Duke's carbon reduction plan, and when to call the WHQR Newsroom!

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The Cape Fear Rundown podcast is written and produced by Camille Mojica.
Camille Mojica
The Cape Fear Rundown podcast is written and produced by Camille Mojica.

This week, Ben Schachtman joins us to talk about the history behind the west bank development of the Cape Fear River conversation, Grace Vitaglione talks about Duke Energy's new carbon reduction plan and how people feel about it, and Rachel Keith breaks down when it's a good time to call the WHQR Newsroom.

Thanks for tuning in this week.

Here’s some past reporting done on development on the west bank of the Cape Fear River:

New Hanover County Commissioners want to press pause on new 'Riverfront Urban Mixed-Use' zoning request

Battleship Point developers withdraw Leland annexation request following NHC work session discussing western bank development

Check back on Monday at WHQR.org to read Grace’s story on Duke’s Carbon Reduction Plan.

When to call the WHQR Newsroom tips:

On our staff page you can find the contact information for every reporter in the newsroom, as well as our social media.

This is the email for the entire newsroom: staffnews@whqr.org

If you want to know more about NPR’s standard (which we follow), you can read the NPR Ethics Handbook.

Music this week:
Aso - Sunsets
SwuM - Let It Go
Sleepy Fish, Philanthrope - Away with the Fairies
C Y G N - Mindfulness
goosetaf, Anbuu, Philanthrope - Last Night ft. Lead Major
weird inside - doing laundry
Kyle McEvoy, Stan Forebee - Tumble’s Lullaby
Kendall Miles - Isla Bella

Camille hails from Long Island, NY and graduated from Boston University with a BS in Journalism and double minors in Classical Civilizations and Philosophy. Her story focus revolves her deep care for children, young adults and mental health. You can reach her at cmojica@whqr.org.