Highlights for Wednesday’s Council Meeting

Post Date:06/21/2019 4:50 PM
CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, at Chapel Hill Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., to consider an agenda that includes the following highlights. The full agenda and video access are available at https://bit.ly/2x6dh0Z

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Affordable Housing Goals for Rental Housing Development

The Council will provide feedback on draft affordable housing goals in rental housing developments.

 

Charting Our Future -

The Council will provide feedback on the Blueprint (rough draft) version of the Focus Area Maps and Principles, the Explanation of the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) & its Components, and the Map Book and request changes to these documents, as needed. The Council will consider authorizing the Town Manager to engage with the community on all FLUM elements during the summer and early fall of 2019 after the Blueprint has been revised into a Draft FLUM.

Land Use Management Ordinance Text Amendments in the Blue Hill District

The Council will consider text amendments to the Form-Based Code of the Blue Hill District (LUMO 3.11) that would serve two purposes: (1) expanding the purpose statement of the District to recognize affordable housing, and (2) updating stormwater management standards in response to recent changes in NC General Statutes.

 

Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives

The Council will consider approving Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives to build a strategic plan framework.

 

Orange County Intergovernmental Work Group

The Council will consider a framework for the Town of Chapel Hill’s participation in the Orange County Intergovernmental Work Group and to designate the Town’s representatives.

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