Introduction to Development Agreements
A public informational session on the development agreement process will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19 in the Council Chamber of Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
A development agreement is a unique development tool for large projects, and two development agreements are currently being pursued in Chapel Hill:
- The future Municipal Services Center project on Estes Drive
- The Amity Station project at Amity Court and West Rosemary Street
A Message from Orange County Animal Services
Reminder to Pet Owners about Hot Car Dangers
ORANGE COUNTY, NC (June 20, 2017) — Orange County Animal Services and the Sheriff’s Office remind residents not to leave people or pets in parked vehicles for any period of time during summer months.
Temperatures inside parked vehicles can reach deadly levels in only a matter of minutes, even if parked in the shade and even with all the windows cracked. While parked cars are dangerous for anyone, pets, children and the elderly are especially at risk.
Unlike humans, pets do not sweat and cannot regulate their body heat in extreme temperatures. When overheated, they can quickly go into irreversible organ failure that is often fatal. In Orange County, it is against the law to leave animals inside a parked car if the outside temperature is 70 degrees or higher.
Community members who see pets or people left inside parked vehicles when the outside temperature is at least 70 degrees should immediately call 9-1-1. Every second counts.
For more information, please visit the American Veterinary Medical Association’s web site at avma.org/public/PetCare/Pages/Hot-Cars-and-Loose-Pets.aspx?utm_source=smartbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=smartbrief-article.