Chapel Hill Town Council

Why Am I Running Again? Let Me Count the Reasons

I love Chapel Hill, its beautiful tree-lined avenues, its festivals and celebrations, its Tar Heel pride and progressive, forward-thinking residents. I am seeking a second term on the Chapel Hill Town Council because I believe even a great community can be better. I believe we can make Chapel Hill better than it’s ever been.

Allen Buansi Announces Candidacy for Chapel Hill Town Council

My name is Allen Buansi, and I would like share with you all the announcement of my candidacy below for Chapel Hill Town Council. I'm greatly looking forward to meeting and talking to as many fellow Chapel Hill residents as I can. Please don't hesitate to check out my website (allenbuansi.org) or to reach out to me (info@allenbuansi.org). I would love to hear from each of you, so we can make Chapel Hill the best community it can be. Thank you!

Chapel Hill Town Council Receives Update on Bias in Policing

Back in June, the Orange County Bias Free Policing Coalition submitted a petition to the Chapel Hill Town Council with eleven recommendations for addressing racial bias in policing. You may have been wondering what ever happened to that petition. We were. We found out last night.

This Week in Orange Politics: November 30-December 6

A new month will bring new and newly re-elected officials to Carrboro and Chapel Hill, and on the Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board. In addition to the swearing in of new members, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board will consider approving new courses, while the Hillsborough Town Board considers rezoning more than 1,300 acres south od downtown near the intersection of I-85 and N.C. 86.

As we welcome new elected officials, the process will also being for selecting new members for the county commission. Candidate filing opens Tuesday.

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

This Week in Orange Politics: November 23-29

Though it's a short week for the holiday this week, three of Orange County's elected boards will be meeting. Both the Chapel Hill Town Council and the county commissioners will discuss several land use ordinance amendments, and the Carrboro alderfolks will receive updates on policing and the Lloyd property development.

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL

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