Friday, May 9, 2014

Acquisition of Lloyd Property - May 2014

The Community Church Low-Income Housing Corporation became a meaningful reality today as the closing on the purchase of the Lloyd property took place around 2 PM at Hodge and Kittrell Realty in north Raleigh. Everette Noland represented CUCC presenting the details of the contract, and Treasurer Carol Kepler signed for the purchase on behalf of the church. Assistant Treasurer Carol Clark was also present. Anne Bailey Zschau served as the church's real estate agent.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, the sellers, were present and engaged in a long conversation with us. The had owned the property for about 30 years. Mr. Lloyd served on a Liberty ship during the early stages of World War II. And indeed his brother perished on a Liberty ship when the convoy of 30 ships was attacked by German U-Boats on its way to Murmansk, Russia. Only 11 of the boats returned.

Mr. Lloyd is a delightful gentleman who had a long career employed by the Raleigh fire department. And he is very proud to have rented the house on Dixie Trail (beside Pilgrim House) in 1983 and to never have raised the rent in the following 31 years.
--- Lavon Page
May 9, 2014
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Preparing the documents for signing
Examining the survey
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd sign for the sale
The CUCC contingent confers

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Resolution on Fracking

On May 4, 2014, at the annual spring congregational meeting, the congregation passed a motion calling on the Southern Conference Annual Meeting to pass a proposed resolution on fracking. The text of the resolution is available here.

Text of fracking resolution