The Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted unanimously last week to approve the townâ€™s 2012-13 budget.
Following the April approval of the second iteration of Claremont South, the developer has again proposed revising the development.
The mixed-use development proposed for 1641 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard was back before the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to approve the use of $9,000 in affordable-housing funds.
In a move that could lead to the rezoning of property previously proposed for a Family Dollar site, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on Tuesday to set a public hearing regarding the rezoning of land at the intersection of Jones Ferry Road and Alabama Avenue.
Following a year-long process that drew criticism from some neighbors, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve a Good Neighbor Plan for the new Community House Menâ€™s Shelter.
Following several meetings and hours of testimony, the Carrboro Board of Adjustment on Wednesday voted 5-2 to deny a variance needed for a Family Dollar store proposed for the corner of Alabama Avenue and Jones Ferry Road.
The Chapel Hill Town Council hashed out several budget approaches on Monday, including options ranging from no tax increase to a larger-than-proposed tax hike.
Jones Ferry Road could become safer for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists if the N.C. Department of Transportation moves forward with a plan to improve the corridor.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education on Tuesday stepped back and put other options for expanding the dual-language program on the table.
Members of the Carrboro Board of Adjustment have still not yet commenced discussion on the Family Dollar proposed for the corner of Alabama Avenue and Jones Ferry Road.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen gave unanimous approval to the redevelopment of the PTA Thrift Shop on Tuesday.
Following the release of the latest draft of the Chapel Hill 2020 plan, residents spoke both in praise and critically of the draft.
After several hours of applicant presentation, the Carrboro Board of Adjustment on Wednesday postponed a decision on a Family Dollar store proposed for the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Jones Ferry Road.
Town Manager Roger Stancil has proposed a half-cent property-tax increase as part of his recommended 2012-13 budget, which he presented to the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday.