Agenda includes discussion of:
- Draft Stormwater Language
- Draft Street Character Language and Matrix
- Draft Vision Language
- Draft Recommendations
This should be a great opportunity to see the vocal minority
Thursday, October 3, 2013 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Training Room at the Transit Building, 6900 Millhouse Road, Chapel Hill
Join the Central West Steering Committee and your fellow community members at the upcoming Central West Community Session!
The Central West Community Session will be held on Tuesday, September 10th from 6:30-8:30pm in the Fellowship Hall at Amity United Methodist Church located at 825 N. Estes Drive, Chapel Hill.
The drop-in session will provide community members the opportunity to review the Steering Committee’s work to date (including the principles, objectives, and concepts) and to offer their thoughts and feedback.
Help spread the word about the Community Session to your friends, neighbors, and colleagues! Attached to this email are flyers that can be distributed about the session.
For more information about the Central West Focus Area process, please visit www.townofchapelhill.org/centralwest
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Amity United Methodist Church, 825 N. Estes Drive, Chapel Hill
Yesterday at noon, Chapel Hill's Economic Development Officer
Dwight Bassett provided a brief, one-hour presentation outlining some
key facts and developments concerning retail, housing, and office space
in Chapel Hill. The full presentation can be viewed here.
I attended and live-tweeted the meeting. You can see the play-by-play below.
During their April 29, 2013 work session, Chapel Hill Town Council continued to discuss and refine a process plan and schedule for Obey Creek and S15-501.
The process consists of two phases – an Exploratory phase during which a team of consultants will facilitate a planning process and, if the resulting project plan is deemed appropriate for a Development Agreement, a Negotiation and Implementation phase will follow.
Focus during the council work session was on a fleshed out plan for the Exploratory Phase which is the product of a collaborative effort between town staff, East West Partners and two community members.
The new plan calls for a six to nine month public engagement process that includes many opportunities for public engagement. However, the plan provides no formalized mechanism for citizen inclusion in decision-making or process leadership.
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