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Legal Notices

The below referenced items are on file with the Town Clerk at Chapel Hill Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Written comments may be submitted to the Mayor and Town Council (see “Contact Us”). Residents are invited to give input at public hearings and forums. Those with difficulty hearing or speaking may arrange assistance from an interpreter by calling 919-968-2743 a week prior to the meeting.

Visit www.townofchapelhill.org/councilagenda for council meeting agendas. 

 

Town Council Meetings

 

November 14

The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 in Town Hall at 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to consider an agenda that includes the following application:

Concept Plan: Habitat for Humanity /Carol Woods Community, Mixed Housing Development (Project #18-101)

The site is located at 7516 Sunrise Road adjacent to I-40. The Concept Plan proposes to construct 223 dwelling units on 33.8 acres, with a mix of housing types and income levels including duplexes, townhomes, apartments, and assisted living facilities. A café is also proposed. The property is located in the Residential-2 (R-2) zoning district and will require a rezoning. Buildings will be 1-3 stories tall. Portions of the site contain Resource Conservation District. 

For additional information or to confirm the agenda, please contact Corey Liles at 919-969-5008, or cliles@townofchapelhill.org.

 

December 5

The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, in the Council Chamber of Chapel Hill Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., to consider an agenda that includes the following:

The Council will hold a public hearing to consider a request to permanently close a portion of public right-of-way located on Aberdeen Drive next to the Lumina Theater.  Bryan Properties, who manages the Lumina Theater, has requested that the Town Council consider closing a portion of public right-of-way to accommodate an expansion of the Lumina Theater. To accommodate this right-of-way closure request, two public parking spaces will be removed to re-route a required sidewalk and maintain a sidewalk width on Aberdeen Drive.  For questions or request for more information, please contact Chris Roberts, Town of Chapel Hill Public Works, 919-969-5100. 

 

 

Board of Adjustment

The Chapel Hill Board of Adjustment will hold a meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 1, 2018 in Chapel Hill Town Hall Council Chamber at 405 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. to consider the following applications:

108 Timberlyne Court: After-the-fact variance request from dimensional regulations of the Chapel Hill Land Use Management Ordinance, for construction of a gazebo that encroaches into the building setback. This is a continuation of the July 12, 2018 Board of Adjustment meeting.

506 Mitchell  Lane:  Variance request from dimensional regulations of the Chapel Hill Land Use Management Ordinance, for the relocation of a cottage that encroaches into the street setback along the eastern edge of Mitchell Lane.

308 Hickory Drive:  Resource Conservation District Variance request for the construction of a single-family residence in the floodplain and Resource Conservation District.

 

 

Notice of Adoption of Bond Order

General Obligation Bonds for Affordable Housing

The Chapel Hill Town Council has adopted the following bond order, providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds for affordable housing if approved by the voters of the Town. Further information regarding the bonds and the bond order appears at the end of this notice.

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BOND ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR HOUSING FOR PERSONS OF LOW AND MODERATE INCOME IN THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF $10,000,000, SUBJECT TO VOTER APPROVAL

WHEREAS --

The Town Council of the Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina has stated its proposal to issue general obligation bonds to pay capital costs of providing housing for persons of low and moderate income.

The Town has applied to the North Carolina Local Government Commission for its approval of those bonds, and the Commission has accepted the Town’s application.

BE IT ORDERED by the Town Council of the Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, as follows:

1. There are hereby ordered to be issued general obligation bonds of the Town to pay capital costs of providing housing for persons of low and moderate income, together with related financing and other necessary or incidental costs. 

2. The maximum aggregate principal amount of the bonds issued for such purpose will be $10,000,000.

3. Taxes will be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds so issued.

4. A sworn statement of debt prepared by the Town’s Finance Officer has been filed with the Town Clerk and is open to public inspection.

5. This Bond Order will take effect when approved by the Town’s voters in the manner provided by law.

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The foregoing order was adopted by the Chapel Hill Town Council on May 23, 2018, and is hereby published this 17th day of June, 2018.  Any action or proceeding questioning the validity of the order must be begun within 30 days after the date of publication of this notice. The finance officer of the Town of Chapel Hill has filed a statement estimating that the total amount of interest that will be paid on the bonds over the expected term of the bonds, if issued, is $4,516,050. The estimate is preliminary, is for general informational purposes only, and may differ from the actual interest paid on the bonds.

By order of the Town Council.

Sabrina Oliver
Town Clerk
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

 

Notice of Bond Referendum

Chapel Hill, North Carolina
$10,000,000 General Obligation Bonds
Bonds for Housing for Persons of Low and Moderate Income

By resolution adopted May 23, 2018, the Town Council of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, fixed November 6, 2018, as the date for a bond referendum in Chapel Hill.  The referendum will be held on the question of whether the order authorizing up to $10,000,000 of general obligation bonds of the Town of Chapel Hill, for the purpose of paying capital costs of providing housing for persons of low and moderate income, and paying related costs, as adopted by the Town Council on May 23, 2018, shall be approved.

The maximum amount of bonds proposed to be issued is $10,000,000. The purpose of the bonds is to provide funds, to be used together with other available funds, to pay capital costs of providing housing for persons of low and moderate income, and including related financing and other necessary or incidental costs. Taxes will be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds so issued.

The last day to register to vote in the referendum under the election laws now in effect is Friday, October 14, 2018. For more information concerning procedures for the referendum, including information on voter registration, polling places and voting hours, contact the Orange County Boards of Elections at 919/245-2350 (or by email to orange.boe@ncsbe.gov). For Durham County residents of Chapel Hill, contact the Durham County Board of Elections at 919/560-0691 (or by email to durham.boe@ncsbe.gov). 

By order of the Town Council.

Sabrina Oliver
Town Clerk
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

 
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