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Chatham libraries seek public input on though surveyChatham libraries seek public input on though survey
[Nov. 5, 2013] Chatham County Public Libraries need residents, including those who are not regular library users, to help them plan programs and services for the next three to five years. A survey is underway and public forums will be slated in January of 2014. By Debra Henzey
 
Chatham Register of Deeds & County Manager’s Office closed October 24 and 25Chatham Register of Deeds & County Manager’s Office closed October 24 and 25
[Oct. 24, 2013] On October 24 and 25, the Chatham County Register of Deeds Office and the County Manager’s Office will be closed to the public due to renovations of the County Annex Building. On these dates both offices are moving into different sections of the Annex Building.
 
Chatham Commissioners set 2017-18 for next property revaluationChatham Commissioners set 2017-18 for next property revaluation
[Oct. 24, 2013] During its Oct. 21, 2013 meeting, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners heard a report from Tax Office staff about the options for the next countywide revaluation of real property and voted to have the next revaluation effective in 2017-18, instead of 2015-16.
 
Chatham Board of Health still needs a veterinary memberChatham Board of Health still needs a veterinary member
[Oct. 24, 2013] The Chatham County Board of Health is still in need of a veterinarian who lives in the county to apply to fill a vacancy in its membership. Interested residents should submit applications by Nov. 4, 2013.
 
Chatham commissioner Sally Kost wanted to give county land to "Guardians of Angels" for freeChatham commissioner Sally Kost wanted to give county land to "Guardians of Angels" for free
[Oct. 9, 2013] During the December 3, 2012 Chatham County commission meeting there was a discussion about Chatham County providing free land to the Guardians of Angels, a private non-profit group. Below are the minutes from that meeting concerning the subject.
 
Chatham County's TV channel undergoing technical work and channel changeChatham County's TV channel undergoing technical work and channel change
[Oct. 9, 2013] Chatham County's Government Access Channel is undergoing replacement and upgrade of equipment through Wednesday, October 9. It will be down until that time.
 
Chatham County to hold hearing on cell-tower rules changesChatham County to hold hearing on cell-tower rules changes
[Oct. 7, 2013] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing Oct. 21 on a new Wireless Telecommunications Facilities Ordinance, which would replace the county’s existing Communications Tower Ordinance. The hearing will be part of the Regular Session of the Board of Commissioners in the Historic Courthouse in Pittsboro, beginning at 6 pm.
 
Chatham County to hold hearing on revisions for use of affordable housing funds
[Oct. 7, 2013] The Chatham County Board of Commissioners has scheduled a public hearing on proposed changes to the Compact Community Ordinance to broaden the uses of affordable housing funds from compact community developers. The hearing is slated for Oct. 21, 2013 during the regular session that starts at 6 pm in the Historic Courthouse in Pittsboro. By Debra Henzey
 
System upgrade may disrupt Chatham County library operationsSystem upgrade may disrupt Chatham County library operations
[Oct. 3, 2013] All three branches of Chatham County Public Libraries will undergo an automation system upgrade on Thursday, October 3. The libraries will be open during their normal operating hours, but the automation system will be offline.
 
Chatham County departments sponsor food drive at Siler City and Pittsboro sitesChatham County departments sponsor food drive at Siler City and Pittsboro sites
[Sep. 26, 2013] Chatham County government's department leaders encourage residents to donate non-perishable food items and drop them off at several locations in Siler City and Pittsboro on September 30 - October 3, 2013. By Debra J. Henzey
 
County County graduates 11 employees from Leadership AcademyCounty County graduates 11 employees from Leadership Academy
[Aug. 30, 2013] On August 23, 2013, Chatham County government hosted its eleventh graduating ceremony for its Leadership Academy, an award-winning program initiated to help employees gain the skills necessary to effectively manage their jobs and prepare them for expanded responsibilities.
 
Chatham seeks private sector applicants for Workforce Development Board
[Aug. 27, 2013] Chatham County has a vacancy on the Triangle South Workforce Board, which helps coordinate workforce development efforts in Chatham, Harnett, Lee and Sampson counties. The board especially seeks someone from the private sector for this position.
 
Chatham’s Birchett wins award for enhancing zoning professionalism
[Aug. 20, 2013] Angela Birchett, land use and zoning administrator for Chatham County’s Planning Department, recently received the 2013 Member of the Year Award from the North Carolina Association of Zoning Officials (NCAZO) for her role in enhancing certification standards.
 
Chatham County’s 2013 tax bills to arrive by mid-AugustChatham County’s 2013 tax bills to arrive by mid-August
[Aug. 5, 2013] Chatham County residents can expect to receive their 2013 property tax bills to arrive no later than mid-August, according to Chatham County Tax Administrator Frances Wilson. The tax rate remains at 62.19 cents. The deadline to pay 2013 property taxes is Jan. 6, 2014.
 
Chatham Libraries to offer “Fine Amnesty Week” in SeptemberChatham Libraries to offer “Fine Amnesty Week” in September
[Aug. 5, 2013] At their meeting on July 15, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a “fine amnesty” week for all three branches of Chatham County Public Libraries in Pittsboro, Siler City and Goldston. The fine-free week begins Sept. 2 (Labor Day) and runs through Sept. 7, 2013. By Debra Henzey

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