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The Town Council will meet next at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, to consider an agenda posted at https://bit.ly/3jm5qV0 and https://carrboro.legistar.com/
This in-person meeting will be held at Carrboro Town Hall, 301 W. Main St. Members of the public are welcome to attend in person or can view the livestream at https://carrboro.legistar.com/ OR YouTube.com/CarrboroNC OR Cable TV 18 (in Carrboro).
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The Carrboro Town Council met virtually Tuesday, April 5, and took the following actions on the agenda posted at https://bit.ly/3LX75Nl
- The Council set a public hearing for 7 p.m. April 26 for consideration of a minor modification to the Winmore VMU Conditional Use Permit. The modification would allow conversion of Lot 179 to three single-family lots and assign the community pool to serve as civic use for the VMU.
- The Council approved the addition of administrative leave as a leave type to the Town’s Personnel Policies.
- The Council held a public hearing to take comments from the public on a proposed financing contract for the Town’s share of the acquisition, construction, and equipping the planned 203 South Greensboro Street Project. The Council then adopted a resolution supporting an application to the Local Government Commission.
- The Council authorized the Town Manager to execute contract with Barnhill Contracting Company for the construction of the 203 South Greensboro Street Project.
- The Council authorized the Town Manager to execute an amendment to the existing development agreement with Orange County for the 203 South Greensboro Street Project.
- The Council endorsed the County-Wide Manufactured Homes Action Plan, which was created to address the redevelopment threats facing manufactured home communities in Orange County. The plan is a collaborative effort among the towns of Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Hillsborough, and Orange County that outlines specific objectives, strategies, action steps, partners, and resources needed to address the redevelopment threat facing manufactured home communities.
About the Town Council
The Town Council is the legislative and policy-making body for Carrboro, consisting of the following: Mayor Damon Seils, Mayor Pro Tempore Susan Romaine, Council Member Barbara Foushee, Council Member Randee Haven-O’Donnell, Council Member Danny Nowell and Council Member Sammy Slade. More information is available at http://carrboronc.gov/248/Town-Council