Orange County Board of Commissioners
Agenda for March 10, 2020 Business Meeting
The full agenda for the Orange County Board of Commissioners’ business meeting on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 has been posted to the link below.
For a link to each agenda item as a separate file, please use the link below.
March 10, 2020
Richard Whitted Meeting Facility
300 West Tryon Street
4. Proclamations/ Resolutions/ Special Presentations
a. Proclamation Recognizing the 100th Year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution
The Board will consider voting to approve a proclamation recognizing the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
b. Women’s History Month Proclamation
The Board will consider voting to approve a proclamation recognizing March 2020 as Women’s History Month in Orange County.
5. Public Hearings
a. Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) Text Amendments – Clarification of Setbacks from the West Fork on the Eno Reservoir
The Board will hold a public hearing, receive the Planning Board recommendation and public comment, and consider action on Planning Director initiated Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) text amendments revising/updating existing guidelines associated with the enforcement of reservoir setbacks for structures and septic systems.
b. Public Hearing on the Financing of Various Capital Investment Plan Projects
The Board will conduct a public hearing on the issuance of approximately $45,500,000 to finance capital investment projects and equipment for the fiscal year; and consider voting to approve a related resolution supporting the County’s application to the Local Government Commission (LGC) for its approval of the financing arrangements.
6. Regular Agenda
a. Defining a Final Project Scope for County Space for the 203 South Greensboro Street Project in Cooperation with the Town of Carrboro
The Board will consider voting to authorize a final project scope for the 203 South Greensboro Street Project in cooperation with the Town of Carrboro and to consider, if appropriate, the First Amendment to a Development Agreement between the Town of Carrboro and Orange County for the design and construction of a jointly used government facility at 203 Greensboro Street in the Town of Carrboro.