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New 2012 Solid Waste and Recycling decals will be arriving in the mail near the end of JanuaryNew 2012 Solid Waste and Recycling decals will be arriving in the mail near the end of January
[Jan. 17, 2012] Landowners in the unincorporated areas of Chatham County who paid their 2011 county property taxes and annual solid waste fees by the Jan. 5, 2012 deadline should look for their new 2012 Solid Waste and Recycling decals in the mail near the end of January.
 
Chatham County urges water customers to protect pipes from freezingChatham County urges water customers to protect pipes from freezing
[Jan. 4, 2012] With the forecast of sub-freezing temperatures for several days, the Chatham County urges its water customers to protect their water pipes from freezing. Frozen pipes can burst and cause substantial damage if a large amount of water is released in a home or business.
 
Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 1/03/12Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 1/03/12
[Jan. 3, 2012] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, January 3 at the Agricultural Building auditorium in Pittsboro, NC at 6 p.m.
Also: Official Chatham County, NC
 
Chatham mails 2012 tax listing forms to county residentsChatham mails 2012 tax listing forms to county residents
[Jan. 3, 2012] With the arrival of 2012, Chatham County residents can expect to receive their 2012 property tax listing notices in the next few days. The Chatham County Tax Office mailed annual listing notices to residents this week, according to Tax Assessor Tina Stone. Any Chatham County property owners not receiving their listing forms by Friday, January 6, should contact the Tax Office immediately at 919-542-8250.
 
Chatham commissioners approve 7-year capital improvement planChatham commissioners approve 7-year capital improvement plan
[Dec. 16, 2011] On December 5, 2011, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a seven-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) after making a few revisions to the plan proposed by the County Manager’s Office. The approved CIP for 2013-19 includes several new school projects for funding and keeps the proposed new high school in northeast Chatham on track to open in 2016.
 
Chatham County to begin property tax collection for Siler City in 2012Chatham County to begin property tax collection for Siler City in 2012
[Dec. 6, 2011] Effective Feb. 1, 2012 the Chatham County Tax Office will begin collecting annual property taxes for the Town of Siler City, with residents receiving just one property tax bill for town and county taxes next year. Chatham already collects property taxes for the towns of Pittsboro, Goldston and Cary.
 
Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 12/05/11Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 12/05/11
[Dec. 5, 2011] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will meet on Monday, December 5 at the Agricultural Building auditorium in Pittsboro, NC at 6 p.m. A work session will take place earlier in the day starting at 4 pm.
Also: Official Chatham County, NC
 
Chatham County commissioners make improvements to the Construction & Demolition Recycling OrdinanceChatham County commissioners make improvements to the Construction & Demolition Recycling Ordinance
[Dec. 5, 2011] At its regular session on November 21, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners adopted revisions to the county’s Construction and Demolition (C&D) Recycling Ordinance to streamline processes, while still encouraging more recycling and minimizing the amount of C&D debris ending up in landfills.
 
Chatham County public hearing scheduled on Joint Land Use Plan with CaryChatham County public hearing scheduled on Joint Land Use Plan with Cary
[Dec. 5, 2011] After nearly six years of work involving elected officials and staff from Chatham County and the Town of Cary, a proposed Joint Land Use Plan covering a section of eastern Chatham County is ready for a public hearing on January 17, 2012. The hearing will be part of the regular meeting of the Chatham County Board of Commissioners at 6 pm in Pittsboro in the Agriculture Building Auditorium. If needed, the hearing will be continued on the evening of January 18.
 
Chatham promotes "America Recycles Day"Chatham promotes "America Recycles Day"
[Nov. 10, 2011] America Recycles Day is November 15. To celebrate, Chatham County residents with a current solid waste decal can fill in a recycling pledge form at any of the twelve Collection Centers between November 10 and November 15, 2011. For pledging to recycle more, you'll receive a fun promotional giveaway (while supplies last).
 
Chatham Fire Marshal explains recent fire insurance rating changesChatham Fire Marshal explains recent fire insurance rating changes
[Nov. 10, 2011] A recent review by the N.C. Department of Insurance to more accurately assess fire insurance ratings in Chatham County has led to increases in fire insurance costs for some residents in the county located farther away from fire stations, said Fire Marshal Tom Bender in addressing the Chatham County Board of Commissioners on November 7. The issue primarily impacts a few small areas in the county.
 
Chatham County schedules public hearing about proposed seven-year capital planChatham County schedules public hearing about proposed seven-year capital plan
[Nov. 10, 2011] On November 7, the Chatham County Manager’s Office presented a proposed seven-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) for 2013-19 that includes several new school projects for funding and keeps the proposed new high school in northeast Chatham on track to open in 2016.
 
Chatham County Animal Shelter changes Saturday hours of operationChatham County Animal Shelter changes Saturday hours of operation
[Oct. 18, 2011] The Chatham County Animal Shelter, located at 725 County Landfill Road in Pittsboro, announces new Saturday hours. Beginning Saturday, Nov. 5, the shelter will be open to the public for adoptions on Saturdays from 8 am - noon.
 
Chatham Commissioners honor PTA Thrift Stores for contributions to schoolsChatham Commissioners honor PTA Thrift Stores for contributions to schools
[Oct. 12, 2011] At its meeting on October 3, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution honoring the PTA Thrift Stores, which have raised more than $6 million for K-12 schools in the county since the stores opened in 1983.
 
Chatham commissioners urge participation in Big Sweep Day at Jordan LakeChatham commissioners urge participation in Big Sweep Day at Jordan Lake
[Sep. 26, 2011] In a proclamation that says everyone should “contribute to keeping our environment clean and healthy by working to preserve clean water and the natural beauty of our surroundings,” the Chatham County Board of Commissioners declared Oct. 1 to be Big Sweep Day. As part of the event, Clean Jordan Lake (CJL) is planning a massive attack on trash along the Jordan Lake shoreline on Oct. 1 as part of NC Big Sweep activities taking place across the state and seeks volunteers to help.

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