Community Input Opportunity: Historic Town Hall
Residents will have an opportunity to share thoughts about a possible future use related to local history and culture for the Historic Town Hall building at a community input meeting set for 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 3 in the Board Room of the Southern Human Services Center, 2501 Homestead Road.
Organized by the Town of Chapel Hill Historic Town Hall Committee, the meeting agenda will include a brief presentation on the committee’s formation and work to-date, followed by a discussion.
Historic Town Hall at 100 West Rosemary St. was built in 1938 and is owned by the Town. The facility is currently occupied by the Inter-Faith Council for Social Services (IFC) Community Kitchen. The IFC is proceeding with plans to construct a new building for the Community Kitchen and will vacate Historic Town Hall in two to three years.
In October 2016, the Chapel Hill Town Council established a committee to consider the possibility of using the Historic Town Hall building as a visitor and/or history center. This committee’s work represents the beginning of a community dialogue about the future use of this building. This committee’s work will culminate with a report and recommendation to the Council in June. Options for the building will continue to be discussed with additional future opportunities for community involvement.
Meeting details are posted on the Town Calendar at www.townofchapelhill.org/calendar. Committee information and past meeting materials and minutes can be found at www.townofchapelhill.org/historictownhall.
For more information contact Megan Dale, Town staff liaison to this committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.