They’re back! After a long summer off, Chapel Hill Town Council is back in session, so we’re going to resume our weekly report of local government meetings. In other exciting news, with the end of the governor’s COVID-19 meeting, the governing boards will be meeting in person, though there will still be an option to […]
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Howard & Lillian Lee Honored by Chapel Hill Transit on Juneteenth
Today, June 20, 2022, Chapel Hill Transit (CHT) along with the Towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Orange County observed the Juneteenth holiday by celebrating the naming of The Howard & Lillian Lee Transit Operations Facility at 6900 Millhouse Road in Chapel Hill. The event featured moving remarks from local elected officials, […]
A look at the week ahead: June 20, 2022
The local governing bodies are winding down their work before the summer recess, but there are still a few key items taking place this week, June 20-24, 2022. Two annual budgets are on track to be approved, and the Chapel Hill Town Council is getting an update about one of its many ongoing planning projects. […]
A look at the week ahead: June 6, 2022
With budget season coming to a close, it’s another busy week in local government. Here is a look at some of the local government meetings scheduled for this week, June 6-June 10. Chapel Hill Town Council The Chapel Hill Town Council meets on Wednesday, June 8 at 7:00 pm — view the agenda here, access the […]
A look at the week ahead: May 31, 2022
It’s a short week thanks to the Memorial Day holiday, but two of our local governments are keeping busy. Here is a look at some of the local government meetings scheduled for this week, May 31 – June 3, 2022: Chapel Hill Town CouncilThe Chapel Hill Town Council will be holding a virtual work session […]
In advance of tomorrow’s primary, local elected officials weigh in on state and national races.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 17, marks the most competitive local Democratic primary election in generations. Who have our local elected officials endorsed?