There’s an extra in this week’s edition of The Carrboro Citizen
The two-and-a-half pages in the paper detail the changes, modifications and additions to the town Charter since the last extensive re-write in 1987. You’ll find how the town organization and elections, it’s authority to regulate business, levy taxes, fees and a lot of specifics.
What we left out of the paper â€” the full text of section 2.1 â€” is pretty interesting as well. It’s the physical description of the town with language like:
running thence southwestward along the center line of Smith Level Road 750 feet to the center line of Morgan Creek, then along the eastern right-of-way of Smith Level Road 2,550 feet to the northern right-of-way line of Culbreth Road; running thence along the northern right-of-way line of Culbreth Road South 76Â° 24â€™ East a distance of 357.24 feet, thence to the center line of the Culbreth Road right-of-way South 13Â° 36â€™ West a distance of 30 feet, thence South 48Â° West 189.88 feet along the eastern property line of . . .
It’s on the Web version.