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Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 6/04/12Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 6/04/12
[Jun. 4, 2012] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will meet on Monday, June 4 at the Agricultural Building auditorium in Pittsboro, NC at 6 p.m.
Also: Official Chatham County, NC
 
Chatham County seeks applicants for planning board vacancy
[May 24, 2012] Chatham County invites residents interested in serving on the Chatham County Planning Board to submit an application to fill a vacancy no later than June 8, 2012. The Planning Board advises the Chatham County Board of Commissioners on planning, zoning and subdivision issues.
 
Chatham County supports voter ID billChatham County supports voter ID bill
[May 9, 2012] In a 3-2 vote, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution by on May 7, 2012 supporting state legislation requiring voter identification at the polls to ensure that election results are “fundamentally fair and every genuine vote is counted.”
 
Proposed Chatham County budget retains tax rate while boosting school supportProposed Chatham County budget retains tax rate while boosting school support
[May 9, 2012] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners received the County Manager’s proposed budget for 2012-13 during its meeting on May 7, 2012. The proposed budget includes no property tax increase, while providing additional funding for various needs, including schools and new or planned facilities.
 
Chatham County Utilities kick off Drinking Water Week on May 7Chatham County Utilities kick off Drinking Water Week on May 7
[May 3, 2012] Chatham County Utilities kicked off Drinking Water Week 2012 on May 7, 2012 with a call to “Celebrate the Essential” throughout Chatham County. Throughout the week, Chatham County Utilities will celebrate by recognizing the essential role drinking water plays in our daily lives, with special attention to water infrastructure, the economy, and careers in the water profession.
 
Chatham County seeks applicants for two seats on the Solid Waste Advisory CommitteeChatham County seeks applicants for two seats on the Solid Waste Advisory Committee
[Apr. 29, 2012] Chatham County has two potential vacancies on its Solid Waste Advisory Committee, which provides guidance to the Board of Commissioners on solid waste issues, including funding, waste reduction and recycling, short-term and long-term disposal, collection center policies, household hazardous waste, environmental education, and environmental enforcement. The Board of Commissioners will make the appointments.
 
Chatham’s recycling program wins top recycling award in the CarolinasChatham’s recycling program wins top recycling award in the Carolinas
[Apr. 29, 2012] Chatham County’s Solid Waste and Recycling Division received the 2012 Outstanding Rural Recycling Program Award from the Carolina Recycling Association, which recognized just one rural program in North Carolina or South Carolina for its efforts in 2011. The Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution of congratulations at its meeting on April 16.
 
Chatham County Commissioners to meet with Siler City board to discuss Arts IncubatorChatham County Commissioners to meet with Siler City board to discuss Arts Incubator
[Apr. 6, 2012] the Chatham County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 2 pm in the Siler City Courtroom at City Hall, 311 North Second Avenue, Siler City, NC.
 
Chatham County seeks public input on transportation goals and growthChatham County seeks public input on transportation goals and growth
[Apr. 4, 2012] Chatham County, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and the regional transportation planning organizations are working together to plan for future transportation needs. Before identifying specific transportation projects for the future, these organizations need public input to help identify local transportation goals and to identify trends related to future population and employment growth.
 
Chatham County commissioners proclaim April 2012 as Earth MonthChatham County commissioners proclaim April 2012 as Earth Month
[Apr. 4, 2012] Chatham Commissioners passed a resolution at their meeting on March 19 proclaiming April 2012 as Earth Month in Chatham County in support of county agencies and community groups hosting events related to Earth Day throughout the month.
 
Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 3/19/12Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 3/19/12
[Mar. 19, 2012] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will meet on Monday, March 19 at the Agricultural Building auditorium in Pittsboro, NC at 2 p.m. for a work session and at 6 p.m. for a regular meeting.
Also: Official Chatham County, NC
 
Chatham County slates March 19 hearing on land use ordinance and regulation changesChatham County slates March 19 hearing on land use ordinance and regulation changes
[Mar. 19, 2012] At its meeting on February 20, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved public hearings for its March 19 meeting at 6 pm in the Agriculture Auditorium in Pittsboro to receive feedback on proposed changes to its Subdivision Regulations, Zoning Ordinance and Countywide Lighting Ordinance.
 
Requirements for electronics recycling program clarified for Chatham collection centersRequirements for electronics recycling program clarified for Chatham collection centers
[Mar. 12, 2012] The Chatham County Solid Waste and Recycling Division has seen rapid growth in its new Electronics Recycling program, initiated when North Carolina banned the disposal of television and computer equipment in landfills last July. However, staff have identified safety and logistical problems that require further clarification of limits on what can be accepted at the 12 collection centers located throughout the county. The changes are effective immediately.
 
Chatham Fire Marshal reports recent fire insurance ratings not related to DOI actionsChatham Fire Marshal reports recent fire insurance ratings not related to DOI actions
[Mar. 12, 2012] Chatham County Fire Marshal Thomas Bender urges residents whose fire insurance ratings have changed in the past few months to read a Feb. 29, 2012 news statement from the N.C. Department of Insurance (DOI) clarifying the reasons for the changes.
 
North Carolina Department of Transportation driving safety tips listNorth Carolina Department of Transportation driving safety tips list
[Feb. 20, 2012] NCDOT reminds motorists that even though workers may not be present in work zones, motorists can still encounter narrowed lanes and traffic shifts, and that work zone speed limits are still in effect. The penalty for speeding through a marked work zone is $250.

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