We’re coming down from our Carrboro Music Festival bender, and are excited for a full week of civic engagements on the calendar. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Chapel Hill Town Council Work Session
6:30 PM, Chapel Hill Public Library
This was supposed to be the meeting where the American Legion discussion would pick up again, but on Friday, a note appeared on the agenda that said “** Future Use of the American Legion Property. (No Attachment) ** **** TO ALLOW FOR ADEQUATE TIME FOR DISCUSSION ON THIS IMPORTANT COMMUNITY ISSUE, THIS ITEM HAS BEEN DEFERRED TO AN UNDETERMINED, FUTURE DATE.****
We’ll update you if/when we learn more!
Council does have two other items on the docket: they’ll be discussing the possible splash pad and inclusive playground – which excites us – and also will get updates on the ARPA fund community project applications.
Chapel Hill Planning Board
7:00 PM, Virtual (Register here)
Exciting stuff for our friends on the Planning Board. They’re looking at a proposed Land Use Management Ordinance (LUMO) text amendment to expedite review for affordable housing (!!) and also a LUMO text amendment to allow much-needed missing middle housing to be built in Chapel Hill. This is a BFD and we’re looking forward to the meeting!
Carrboro Planning Board
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Chapel Hill Council Committee on Economic Sustainability (CCES)
8-10 AM, Virtual (no agenda available and no instructions provided on the Town website for attending)
No agenda is available publicly for this meeting but an email in the Council Email Archive from Mayor Hemminger to Council members notes, “A main topic will be a continued discussion of the Complete Community Capacity Analysis.” If you caught last Wednesday’s discussion, you’ll know this one is sure to be lively. We recommend emailing Council and the Economic Development staff to request that the agenda and meeting link be made public.
Shaping Our Future Transportation and Land Use Initiative Webinar
7 PM, Virtual
The Town of Chapel Hill is conducting a webinar for the Shaping Our Future Transportation and Land Use Initiative to discuss future development concepts at locations that will change with new development in the next 10-20 years. NSBRT station area and FLUM focus area development concepts show how community values around equity, inclusion, resilience, sustainability, and environmental stewardship can be implemented in practical ways.