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Rosemary Wicker named Bennett postmasterRosemary Wicker named Bennett postmaster
[Jul. 14, 2013] Rosemary Wicker has officially been named Postmaster of Bennett. She replaces Debbie Younger, who was promoted last year to Postmaster of Alamance. Wicker will be sworn in at an installation ceremony at the Bennett Fire Department, 55 E. Raleigh St., on Saturday July 27, starting at 3 pm. The event is free and open to the public.
 
Chatham County extends applicant deadline for Transportation Advisory CommitteeChatham County extends applicant deadline for Transportation Advisory Committee
[Jul. 9, 2013] Chatham County seeks applicants to fill three vacancies on the Transportation Advisory Committee, which identifies and studies transportation issues and makes recommendations to the Board of Commissioners. The revised deadline for interested applicants is July 26, 2013. By Debra Henzey
 
Chatham Transit Network Needs Volunteer Board MembersChatham Transit Network Needs Volunteer Board Members
[Jun. 21, 2013] Chatham Transit Network, which meets an array of transportation needs around the county, has at least three openings on its Board of Directors, a group of volunteers that provide guidance for the nonprofit. Board members are expected to attend meetings every other month at 9 am on the fourth Friday of the month. By Debra Henzey
 
Chatham commissioners make minor revisions to proposed FY14 budgetChatham commissioners make minor revisions to proposed FY14 budget
[Jun. 19, 2013] After two earlier public hearings, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners made minor adjustments to the budget proposed by the County Manager’s Office at their meeting on June 17. The changes did not impact the property tax rate, which will remain at 62.19 cents.
 
Chatham residents needed for County Library Advisory CommitteeChatham residents needed for County Library Advisory Committee
[Jun. 17, 2013] The Chatham County Library Advisory Committee, which primarily advises staff on library programs and operations, has three vacancies. Residents interested in serving on the committee should apply by July 8, 2013. By Debra Henzey
 
Chatham County seeks members for Recreation Advisory CommitteeChatham County seeks members for Recreation Advisory Committee
[Jun. 12, 2013] Chatham County has two upcoming vacancies on its Recreation Advisory Committee, which advises the Board of Commissioners and staff on recreation programs and county-owned recreation and park facilities. By Debra Henzey
 
Chatham County seeks residents to serve on Transportation Advisory CommitteeChatham County seeks residents to serve on Transportation Advisory Committee
[Jun. 12, 2013] Chatham County seeks applicants to fill three vacancies on the Transportation Advisory Committee, which identifies and studies transportation issues and makes recommendations to the Board of Commissioners. The long-term goal is to have access to various modes of transportation for people and goods. By Debra Henzey
 
Notes from the April 15 Chatham County Board of Commissioners work sessionNotes from the April 15 Chatham County Board of Commissioners work session
[May 30, 2013] The Chatham County commissioners met for their April 15 work session in the historic county courthouse. Here are my notes from the meeting. By Diana Hales
 
No property tax increase for Chatham residents in proposed county budgetNo property tax increase for Chatham residents in proposed county budget
[May 8, 2013] The Chatham County Manager's Office presented its proposed budget with no increase in the county property tax rate for fiscal year 2013-14 at the May 6, 2013, meeting of the Board of Commissioners.
 
Notes from the Chatham County Board of Commissioners' meeting on April 15Notes from the Chatham County Board of Commissioners' meeting on April 15
[Apr. 22, 2013] More feasibility studies for highway improvements in Chatham; financial disclosure required to serve on committees; why property revaluation for taxes is a good thing; who does NOT own their mineral rights in Chatham;
renting Old Courthouse for events; Chatham County BOC annual report. By Diana Hales
 
Public invited to input sessions for Chatham conceptual land use planPublic invited to input sessions for Chatham conceptual land use plan
[Apr. 18, 2013] The Chatham Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is hosting two public input sessions to gather feedback for a conceptual land use plan for Chatham County. The sessions will take place in Pittsboro and Siler City.
 
Friends of the Chatham Library slates spring book sale for April 11-13Friends of the Chatham Library slates spring book sale for April 11-13
[Mar. 4, 2013] The Spring Book Sale of the Friends of the Chatham Community Library (FotCCL) will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 11 to 13, at the library on the campus of Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro.
 
North Carolina Mining & Energy Commission study group agenda for February 15North Carolina Mining & Energy Commission study group agenda for February 15
[Feb. 15, 2013] A study group helping the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission will meet in Pittsboro today to discuss development of local regulations for oil and gas exploration and development. The Local Government Regulation Study Group will meet from 9-11 a.m. at the Chatham Community College Library, 197 N.C. Hwy. 87 North, Pittsboro. Below is the meeting agenda:
 
Oil and gas exploration study group to meet in Pittsboro todayOil and gas exploration study group to meet in Pittsboro today
[Feb. 15, 2013] A study group helping the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission meets Friday in Pittsboro to discuss development of local regulations for oil and gas exploration and development. The Local Government Regulation Study Group meets from 9-11 a.m. today (Friday) at Chatham Community College Library, 197 N.C. Hwy. 87 North, Pittsboro. The public is invited to observe the meeting.
 
Icy conditions impacting Chatham County servicesIcy conditions impacting Chatham County services
[Jan. 25, 2013] Due to the icy conditions already impacting most of the area, Chatham County government announces that all non-essential services provide by the county are closing at noon today. Residents are advised to call the specific county office in advance first to make sure the office is open.

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