Orange County Board of Commissioners Seeks
Applicants for the Carrboro Northern Transition Area Advisory Commission
ORANGE COUNTY, NC (January 8, 2021) – One major way citizens can have a positive impact on the future of Orange County is to volunteer to serve on the various County advisory boards and commissions.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners is currently recruiting for the Carrboro Northern Transition Area Advisory Committee. The commission reviews zoning amendment requests, special / conditional use permit applications for developments within the Northern Transition Area of Carrboro. The commission makes recommendations to the Carrboro Board of Adjustment or Carrboro Town Council. The commission inventories areas of cultural, archaeological, and historic significance. The commission researches areas of open space, rural character, scenic qualities, biological values, areas of agricultural uses, and make recommendations based on the above studies for additional policies, goals, etc., that will preserve and enhance the special character of this area and relate to its growth. The commission consists of five members, three appointed by the County Commissioners.
Applicants must live in the Carrboro Northern Transition Area to qualify.
If interested, apply at www.orangecountync.gov/boards.
Orange County strives for diversity on volunteer advisory boards. Minorities are encouraged to apply. Applicants must reside in Orange County. Volunteers appointed by the Board of County Commissioners have an opportunity to influence the way of life in Orange County.
For additional information call Thom Freeman 919-245-2125.