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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

May 22

The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 in Town Hall at 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to consider an agenda that includes the following application:

Land Use Management Ordinance Text Amendment

Town staff has drafted an amendment to section 4.5.4 of the Land Use Management Ordinance. This amendment would allow projects on sites encumbered by a Special Use Permit to address documented health, safety, or environmental issues through an administrative approval process. This proposal is in response to Town Council’s request to create an alternative process for such projects so they are not required to apply for a Special Use Permit Modification, typically a 9-12 month process.

For additional information, please contact Becky McDonnell at bmcdonnell@townofchapelhill.org or 919-969-5054.

Blue Hill Stormwater Zoning Text Amendment

Modifications to the Blue Hill District Form-Based Code (LUMO Section 3.11) will be considered by Town Council in response to changes in State statute regarding stormwater treatment requirements. The proposed Text Amendment would create a development incentive option for projects in the District that provide enhanced stormwater treatment. In addition, a revision to the purpose statement of the Blue Hill District is proposed to include affordable housing. On May 22, 2019 the Council will have an opportunity to review the proposal and receive public comment.

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

 

June 12

The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12 , 2019, in the Council Chambers of Chapel Hill Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., to consider an agenda that includes the following:

Open a Public Hearing and Consider approving a Glen Lennox Performance Incentive Agreement

Authorize a Performance Incentive Agreement to Grubb Properties to encourage the development of office space in the next phase of development at Glen Lennox. After the Council approved a Development Agreement in 2014, Grubb Properties began to work toward implementing the adopted community vision as set forth. With a strong economy,  growing construction prices, and a weak office market in Chapel Hill after the previous economic downturn, it is difficult for Grubb to commit to bringing the office product out of the ground without a minimum of 50% pre-leased. The Chapel Hill office market needs new product coming out of the ground on a regular basis for us to begin to compete regionally and regain our office market share.  For additional information, contact Dwight Bassett at dbassett@townofchapelhill.org or call 919 969 5010.

 

 

 

 

Statement of Results of Chapel Hill Affordable Housing Bond Referendum

The Boards of Elections of Orange and Durham Counties have certified the following results of the bond referendum held in and for the Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on November 6, 2018, as follows:

On the question, “Shall the order authorizing Town of Chapel Hill general obligation bonds in the maximum amount of $10,000,000 plus interest to pay capital costs of providing housing for persons of low and moderate income and paying related costs, and providing that additional taxes may be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds, as adopted by the Town Council on May 23, 2018, be approved?”

YES                18,518
NO                     7,285

The Chapel Hill Town Council has certified and approved these results and declared the issuance of the bonds to have been authorized.

Any action or proceeding challenging the regularity or validity of any of these bond referenda must be begun within thirty days after Sunday, February 17, 2019, which is the date of this publication.

By order of the Town Council.

Sabrina Oliver
Town Clerk
Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina

 

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