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The Town Council will meet next at 7 p.m. Tuesday Dec. 6, 2022, to consider an agenda that is posted at https://bit.ly/3UG7OGI and carrboro.legistar.com.
This in-person meeting will be held at Carrboro Town Hall, 301 W. Main St. Members of the public are welcome to attend in person or can view the livestream at carrboro.legistar.com OR YouTube.com/CarrboroNC OR Cable TV 18 (in Carrboro).
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The Carrboro Town Council met Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, and took the following actions on the agenda posted at http://bit.ly/3gdVq2s
- Received an update on Transportation Projects. The status report provided information to the Town Council on a number or local transportation projects that are underway.
- Received the third quarter report (2022 Q3) for the Town of Carrboro’s Community Development Glock Grant – Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) award from the NC Department of Commerce.
- Appointed the following people to the Appearance Commission: Sharon Reilly, Ana Jafarinia and Whitney Fry.
- Held a public hearing and approved a request for a minor modification to the Perry Place Special Use Permit-A Project at 800 and 802 Merritt Mill Road. The modification will allow NCDOT to complete right of way improvements within the Merritt Mill Road corridor.
- Received the Fiscal Year 21-22 Affordable Housing and Community Services Report.
- Received information about Transportation Projects for Regional Flexible Funding. Information was provided about federal funding allocated to the Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (DCHC MPO) for transportation projects. The Council received the information and directed staff to continue to evaluate projects and to submit a final list of projects to the DCHC MPO by a December deadline.
About the Town Council
The Town Council, which is the legislative and policy-making body for Carrboro, comprises Mayor Damon Seils, Mayor Pro Tempore Susan Romaine, Council Member Barbara Foushee, Council Member Randee Haven-O’Donnell, Council Member Danny Nowell, Council Member Eliazar Posada, and Council Member Sammy Slade. More information is available at http://carrboronc.gov/248/Town-Council