Construction will begin this summer on the 16,000-square-foot, three-story FoodFirst building in Carrboro. The Inter-Faith Council for Social Services will house its food pantry and offices temporarily in Chapel Hill. All IFC services, including the Community Kitchen, could move into the new building in 2020.
Construction will begin this summer on the 16,000-square-foot, three-story FoodFirst building in Carrboro. The Inter-Faith Council for Social Services will house its food pantry and offices temporarily in Chapel Hill. All IFC services, including the Community Kitchen, could move into the new building in 2020. Jim Spencer Architects Contributed
Construction will begin this summer on the 16,000-square-foot, three-story FoodFirst building in Carrboro. The Inter-Faith Council for Social Services will house its food pantry and offices temporarily in Chapel Hill. All IFC services, including the Community Kitchen, could move into the new building in 2020. Jim Spencer Architects Contributed

Tammy Grubb has written about Orange County’s politics, people and government since 2010. She is a UNC-Chapel Hill alumna and has lived and worked in the Triangle for over 25 years.