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The Grain Mill of Wake Forest Opens New Tea and Spice Room

The Grain Mill of Wake Forest Opens New Tea and Spice Room

David Bissette, owner of The Grain Mill of Wake Forest, is pleased to announce the opening of The Grain Mill’s Tea & Spice Room. This new business expansion features 21 of the world’s best known loose leaf teas like sencha, jasmine, Earl Grey, and Darjeeling, as well as relative newcomers to local tea drinkers like […]

Baking Bread with The Grain Mill of Wake Forest

This week my quest to source local foods led me to The Grain Mill of Wake Forest. I will be completely honest, when I first started researching The Grain Mill, I found it a bit overwhelming. I feared the only way to purchase was in bulk…big time bulk. I’m happy to announce I was very, […]

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William Watt Jones has announced his candidacy for town commissioner on his Twitter feed.(@wattjones). There’s not much about Mr. Jones on the Internet via Google, yet, but his first follower is he is following mayoral candidate David Bissette (@david4mayor). The election for mayor and town commissioners will be held in November.

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Look Who’s Running for Mayor of Wake Forest

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Look Who’s Running for Mayor of Wake Forest

David BissetteThe Wake Forest mayoral race may prove more interesting than the last one. Resident David Bissette has decided to challenge Mayor Vivian Jones in this year’s election. Jones run unopposed for a four-year term in 2005.

Who is Bissette? Well he can boast bona fide local roots, and has lived in town since 1999. He’s the guy with the chicken coops on S. Main Street near Holding Park.

Reading his Web site for yourself to form your own opinion, but is seems Bissette wants to bring a plain-folks’ common sense to town government.

Perhaps his most unique proposal has to do with growth and development. Bissette has the vision of turning Wake Forest into a “Transition Town“.

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