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The Town Council will meet virtually at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 13, to consider the agenda available at bit.ly/320On2d and also posted at carrboro.legistar.com
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The Carrboro Town Council met virtually Tuesday, April 6, and took the following actions on the agenda bit.ly/3uj3ssf
- EPA 319 Program Grant for Stormwater Management and Stabilizing Erosion in Residential Area Near Bolin Creek: The Council received a report on the Town’s intent to submit a 319 grant application to support a collaborative effort to stabilize erosion occurring in an 11-acre drainage area in the Bolin Forest neighborhood.
- Authorization for Town Manager to sign Interlocal Agreement Related to the Current and Future Use of the Jointly Owned Greene Tract: The Town Council authorized the Town Manager to sign an interlocal agreement between Carrboro, Orange County, and the Town of Chapel Hill regarding the current and future use of the jointly owned Greene Tract.
- Request to Authorize the Town Manager to Sign an Application Related to Potential Creation of Affordable Housing on Town-Owned Land: The Town Council authorized the Town Manager to sign an application to the Board of Adjustment related to potential new affordable housing on the town-owned parcel located at 106 Hill St.
- Public hearing on the 203 South Greensboro Project - Approval of Principle Building Design Features: The Town Council received an update on the design process and expressed approval and support for the principle building design features identified to date. Approval of design elements is needed at this time for interior, exterior, and outdoor plaza spaces so that the Town can move swiftly into the construction drawing phase of the project.
- Public hearing on the permanent closing of a portion of the Maple Avenue Right of Way: The Council received public comment on a proposal to permanently close a portion of the Maple Avenue right-of-way.
- Transportation Projects Update: The Town Council received information about the status of various transportation projects around Town.
- Downtown Slow Zone Discussion: The Town Council received information on current speed data, enforcement practices, and allow for discussion of the downtown slow zone concept.
About the Town Council
The Town Council is the legislative and policy-making body for Carrboro, consisting of seven elected members: Mayor Lydia Lavelle, Mayor Pro Tempore Barbara Foushee, Council Member Jacquelyn Gist, Council Member Randee Haven-O’Donnell, Council Member Susan Romaine, Council Member Damon Seils, and Council Member Sammy Slade. More information is available at http://townofcarrboro.org/248/Town-Council