This Week in Orange Politics: May 11-17

The county commissioners, Chapel Hill Town Council and Carrboro alderfolks will all tackle their budgets for the upcoming fiscal year this week, and the later two groups will both be talking about the Durham-Orange light rail project as well.

Elsewhere in the county, the Hillsborough town commissioners will discuss parking and food trucks, while the county school board gets an update on the family success alliance and continues discussions on its facilities assesment.

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board is off this week.

Here’s the whole rundown:

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

  • Business Meeting: Monday, May 11, 7 pm @ Chapel Hill Town Hall
    • The Council will consider whether or not to appoint someone to the Council vacancy left by the resignation of Matt Czajkowski
    • The Council will also discuss the proposed FY15-16 budget and open a public hearing on investment financing for capital projects
    • The Council will receive the environmental impact statement on potential light rail from GoTriangle
    • The Council will also consider a process for the Land Use Management Ordinance update and discuss the bike and pedestrian plan for the Ephesus-Fordham district

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION

  • There is no meeting this week. The next meeting is scheduled for May 21.

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

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