Archive for August, 2012

Missing: Joshua Clay Inscoe

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Joshua Clay Inscoe

Have you seen Joshua “Josh” Clay Inscoe? Josh went missing from Carlbrook school in Virginia and was last seen in Durham. He is believed to be in Raleigh.

Josh is a white male, age 16 years, height 5’7″ and 145 pounds. He has short, light brown hair; a medium build; green eyes, and a medium complexion. He was last seen near the Durham Bulls stadium on Friday, August 24th, wearing a blue plaid shirt with collar, khaki pants, and a black backpack.

If you see Josh, please call the Halifax (VA) police department at 434-476-3334.

A flier with Josh’s information may be downloaded here.

More pictures below the fold.

East CAC Call for Nominations: Neighborhood Recognition Awards

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

East CAC Call for Nominations: Neighborhood Recognition Awards
After reviewing the eligibility and awards selection criteria below, please submit nominations with brief justifications to cac-leadership at The nominations received will be reviewed and voted on at the September 17th East CAC meeting.

Awards Description
Beginning in 1977, the Raleigh Citizens Advisory Council (RCAC) has been recognizing significant efforts by property owners and community groups/individuals to enhance the health, safety, and appearance of their neighborhoods. This year the RCAC asks each individual CAC to select one award winner to be honored Wednesday, October 17, 2012 – location TBD. The awards are designed to acknowledge those unsung heroes who work without thought of praise to make our communities better at the grassroots level and in so doing, elevate the quality of our lives and of our city.

1. Residential property or privately-owned, small business property that has made a significant impact on the quality of life within that CAC
2. Educational institution or non-profit organization that has partnered with a neighborhood group or organization.
3. Community service project within your CAC district
4. An individual who had contributed significantly to the well-being of the CAC community.
5. A grassroots organization or neighborhood group within the CAC

Award Selection Criteria
The individual CACs use the following evaluation criteria when reviewing and selecting their honoree. How well did the project/person/business/group improve the neighborhood by:
a) Enhancing the visual environment
b) Preserving the character of the area
c) Improving buildings, landscaping, or signage
d) Preserving or enhancing the natural environment
e) Contributing to the community and neighborhood initiatives

2012 East CAC Community Day

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

Hey there Eastsiders!

Don’t forget that this Saturday – August 4th – is the 2012 East CAC Community Day! This year’s theme is “There is no COMMUNITY without UNITY.” It will be held at Lion’s Park from 11:00 – 3:00 and you won’t want to miss it! We’re having free food, free music and all kinds of other free stuff! Come and enjoy the festivities with your neighbors – meet new friends, enjoy good eats and music, bring unity to our community!

We look forward to seeing you there!