This Week in Orange Politics: March 2-8

It’s another busy week for Orange County’s public bodies. The Carrboro Alderfolks will make several appointments and discuss the town’s affordable housing fund, while the Chapel Hill Council will hear about capital priorities. The Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board will consider designating over-  and under-crowded schools for the next school year, the county commissioners will review their legislative agenda and consider approving funds for the Family Success Alliance.

The Hillsborough Town Board and county school board are both in recess this week.

Here’s the full summary:

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION

  • (RESCHEDULED DUE TO THE POTENTIAL FOR WINTER WEATHER)Business Meeting: Thursday, March 5, 7pm @ Chapel Hill Town Hall
    • The Board will review its network security policy
    • The Board will also consider recommending approval of designation of over- and under-crowded schools 2015-16
    • The Board will also consider recommending approval of Obey Creek in response to the Town of Chapel Hill

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD

  • There is no meeting this week. The next meeting is Monday, March 9.

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

  • The board’s next meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 9.

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