OrangePolitics - Progressive perspectives on Orange County, NC.

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This Week in Orange Politics: May 12-18

This week will be a busy one, with each of Orange County’s public bodies holding at least one meeting. The budget will be on tap for both the Ca [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 19-25

Budgets will be the primary topic covered this week by Orange County’s public bodies with the Carrboro Alderfolks, the Chapel Hill Town Council, [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 5-11

While most of the county’s public bodies are taking a break for the primary elections this week, the Chapel Hill Town Council will take on Glen [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: April 28-May 4

While the Carrboro Alderfolks take a break this week, the Chapel Hill Town Council will consider the proposed Timber Hollow expansion and open a publi [...]

Process for Providing Sewer to Historic Rogers Road Moves Forward

[...] On February 10, 2014 the Chapel Hill Town Council voted unanimously to pay their share of the preliminary engineering and surveying [...]

Obey Creek Compass Committee Releases Final Report

[...] The Obey Creek Compass Committee, a 17-member committee formed by the Chapel Hill Town Council to assist in identifying key issues to be considered in the development of a concept [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 27-June 1

[...] including affordable rental strategies and a potential downtown slow zone, while the Chapel Hill Town Council will interview applicants for a restructured Planning Commission and get feedback on the [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: June 16-22

[...] and the Carrboro alderfolks will vote to approve their budgets for next, while the Chapel Hill Town Council will consider several small area plans and the sale of the old library property. Here’s [...]

Orange County Board of Elections Talks Early Voting on Campus

[...] The Orange County Board of Elections met today to discuss early voting sites for the 2014 elections and beyond. At [...]

OP Live Candidate Forum: Orange County Board of Commissioners

[...] Welcome to the OrangePolitics candidate forum for the Democratic candidates for the Orange County Board of Commissioners. The forum will begin at 7:00 pm on Sunday, April 27, 2014. Kirk Ross, [...]

Forum Open Thread: Orange County Board of Commissioners

[...] Welcome to the open thread for the Orange County Board of Commissioners candidate forum happening on April 27, 2014. Comments on this post will [...]

OP Live Candidate Forum: Orange County School Board

[...] Welcome to the OrangePolitics candidate forum for the Orange County Board of Education. The forum will begin at 7:00 pm on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Libbie Hough, a [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: June 2-8

[...] School Board will also talk about implementing a Mandarin Chinese program, while the county commissioners will have a full agenda that includes the budget, rural curbside recycling and [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: June 9-15

[...] Town Board will vote to approve their budgets for the upcoming year tonight, while the county commissioners will hold another work session to continue working through their spending plan tomorrow. [...]

Recapping the County Commissioners' Budget Debate

Here's the Storify from the Orange County Board of Commissioners' budget debate. read more [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: June 23-29

[...] The county commissioners and both boards of education are off this week, all three municipal boards will be meeting. [...]

Forum Open Thread: Carrboro Board of Aldermen Special Election

[...] Welcome to the open thread for the Carrboro Board of Aldermen Special Election candidate forum happening on April 6, 2014. Comments on this [...]

OP Live Candidate Forum: Carrboro Board of Aldermen Special Election

[...] Welcome to the OrangePolitics candidate forum for the Carrboro Board of Aldermen Special Election. The forum will begin at 7:00 pm on Sunday, April 6, 2014. Kirk [...]

Sierra Club Issues Endorsements in Orange County Races

[...] at-large, Mark Marcoplos for county commission in District 2, and Bethany Chaney for Carrboro Board of Aldermen. Here's more from a Sierra Club release: read more [...]

Endorsement Thread 2014: Who Are You Voting For?

[...] all the information about this year's races that we have here on OP, including: Our 2014 Carrboro Board of Aldermen special election forum Our 2014 Orange County Board of Education forum Our 2014 [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: April 21-27

[...] will be taking a break from regular meetings this week, there's still plenty going on. The Carrboro Alderfolks will reivew its priorities of projects to receive transit tax funds and get an update on [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: June 9-15

[...] its budget after hearing about strategies to recruit and retain minority teachers. The Carrboro Alderfolks have the development of a new park and an update for the Local Living Economy Task Force on [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 19-25

[...] the primary topic covered this week by Orange County’s public bodies with the Carrboro Alderfolks, the Chapel Hill Town Council, Hillsborough Town Board and county commissioners all [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 12-18

[...] ’s public bodies holding at least one meeting. The budget will be on tap for both the Carrboro Alderfolks and the County Commissioners. The Commissioners will also consider recycling (again) and [...]

Forum Open Thread: Orange County Sheriff

[...] , you can reach the editors during the forum via Twitter, Facebook, or the contact page. The forum moderator will have final say in question selection. read more [...]

Forum Open Thread: Orange County School Board

[...] , you can reach the editors during the forum via Twitter, Facebook, or the contact page. The forum moderator will have final say in question selection. read more [...]

Forum Open Thread: Carrboro Board of Aldermen Special Election

[...] , you can reach the editors during the forum via Twitter, Facebook, or the contact page. The forum moderator will have final say in question selection. [...]

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This Week in Orange Politics: May 12-18

This week will be a busy one, with each of Orange County’s public bodies holding at least one meeting. The budget will be on tap for both the Ca [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 19-25

Budgets will be the primary topic covered this week by Orange County’s public bodies with the Carrboro Alderfolks, the Chapel Hill Town Council, [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: May 5-11

While most of the county’s public bodies are taking a break for the primary elections this week, the Chapel Hill Town Council will take on Glen [...]

This Week in Orange Politics: April 28-May 4

While the Carrboro Alderfolks take a break this week, the Chapel Hill Town Council will consider the proposed Timber Hollow expansion and open a publi [...]

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