Carrboro Aldermen Hear Budget Concerns Tuesday
CARRBORO – Carrboro aldermen want to hear your opinions on the 2013-2014 budget plan at Tuesday’s public hearing.
The town faces increased costs to haul trash to Durham once the county landfill closes, as well as rising employee health care costs, but Town Manager David Andrews says revenue projections are slightly up, suggesting the economic recovery may be taking hold in Carrboro.
After the public hearing, the board will weigh the pros and cons of installing an ATM in the Town Commons and consider putting up temporary traffic calming devices on Oak Drive.
Aldermen will also offer comments on the draft Orange County Library strategic plan released last week, and review the progress of the Rogers Road task force.
The board meets Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Carrboro Town Hall.