This Week in Orange Politics: February 9-15

It’s another busy week across Orange County, with all of the county’s public bodies holding at least one meeting.

The Carrboro Alderfolks will talk “green” cemeteries while the Chapel Hill Town Council will have a special meeting on Obey Creek and host an initial public forum on how to use Community Development Block Grants. The county commissioners will discuss mandating that county’s contractors pay a living wage to get government business, while the Hillsborough Town Board will consider an economic development grant application.

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board will hold its annual retreat, while its counterpart for the county will review the district’s 2013-14 report card.

Here’s the full summary:

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

  • Business Meeting: Tuesday, February 10, 7:30pm @ Carrboro Town Hall
    • The Board will discuss developing ‘green cemeteries’.
    • The Board will discuss the sale of the condo above Acme Restaurant formerly owned by Fleet Feet.
    • The Board will take public comment on budget priorities.
  • Board Retreat: Sunday, February 15, 11:00 am-4:00 pm @ the Rizzo Conference Center

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

MISCELLANEOUS

  • On Tuesday, February 10, at 5pm, at Town Hall, the Town of Chapel Hill will host Chris Estes, CEO of the National Housing Conference, for a presentation on national and state housing trends as a part of its Affordable Housing workshop series. Full details.

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