This series of posts will be posted weekly on Chapelboro to help inform our community of local government meetings. Meeting days, locations and times may be subject to change. Check city, county, and school district websites for more information.
It’s a light week for local government as Orange County Commissioners, Chapel Hill City Council and Hillsborough City Council all have the week off. But it’s also budget season, and the Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board will tackle that issue at its meeting on Thursday.
Here’s a look at local government meetings this week in counties Durham, Orange and Chatham.
Carrboro City Council meets Tuesday, April 19 at 7 p.m. at City Hall. This week’s agenda is light, but includes a public hearing on an amendment text to the city’s land use ordinance. Get the full agenda here.
And the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board meets Thursday, April 21 at 6 p.m. at the Southern Human Services Center. Council will consider approving a budget request to be sent to the Orange County Board of Commissioners. Click here for the full agenda.
Chatham and Durham counties
Chatham County Commissioners will receive a third quarter budget update when they hold a business meeting Monday, April 18 at 2 p.m. in the historic Pittsboro Courthouse. Click here for the full agenda.
In Durham, Mayor Elaine O’Neal will deliver the State of the City address at the Durham City Council meeting on Monday, April 18 at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The municipal council is also holding a working session on Thursday, April 21 at 1 p.m.; among other items on the agenda, board members will continue the process of selecting a new board member to fill a vacant position. Click here for links to both agendas.
And the Durham Public School Board has two meetings this week. On Tuesday, April 19, council will meet with elected officials at 8 a.m.; then the board will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Fuller Administration Building on Cleveland Street. The agenda for this meeting has not yet been published, but will be available later in the week at this link.
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