This Week in Orange Politics: May 5-11

While most of the county’s public bodies are taking a break for the primary elections this week, the Chapel Hill Town Council will take on Glen Lennox and meet with the county’s state legislative delegation, while the county commissioners will discuss curbside recycling and different options for expanded bus service.

Be sure and tune into our Twitter feed and homepage on election night for coverage of the results as they come in.

Here’s the full summary:

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

There is no meeting scheduled this week. The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, May 13th.

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

Work Session: Monday, May 5th, 6pm, Chapel Hill Public Library, Meeting Room A

  • See the full agenda here.

  • This work session will be devoted solely to the Glen-Lennox development agreement. You can read more about the proposed redevelopment at Glen-Lennox right here.

Legislative Breakfast: Thursday, May 8th, 8:30am, Chapel Hill Public Library, Meeting Room B

  • See the full agenda here.

  • The Council will meet with Orange County’s legislative delegation to the North Carolina General Assembly to discuss local bill issues, NC League of Municipalities advocacy goals, and other statewide issues.

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION

There is no scheduled meeting this week. The next scheduled meeting is Thursday, May 15th.

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD

There is no scheduled meeting this week. The next scheduled meeting is Monday, May 12th.

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Regular Meeting, Thursday, May 8th, 7pm, Department of Social Services, Hillsborough

  • See the full agenda here.

  • Agenda Items of Note:

    • The board will discuss potential options for the expansion of bus service

    • The board will weigh different options for the county’s recycling porgram

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

There is no scheduled meeting this week. The next scheduled meeting is Monday, May 12th.

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS AROUND THE COUNTY

  • Tuesday, May 6th, is Election Day! Go vote if you haven’t early voted already! Join us starting at 7:30pm as we’ll be reporting the results as they come in on Twitter and on our homepage.

  • Thursday, May 8th: OWASA Board of Directors Meeting. An agenda is available online

  • May is bike month in Chapel Hill! Learn more about this month’s events on the town’s website right here.

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