“…I stated a concern over public safety, schools and our taxes and the impact that economic development could have on residential property. I feel that I have attempted to address those issues.”
Rogers Road Task Force
“…if Chapel Hill doesn’t create the ETJ, then they can’t contribute.”
Johnson said the task force agreed to give preference to one sewer plan that will cost about $5.8 million and will serve 86 properties.
An attorney for RENA says the EPA investigation into claims of racial discrimination is no reason to delay the work of the Rogers Road Task Force.
Caldwell acknowledged to the task force that the investigation has complicated the process, effectively putting Rogers Road neighbors in a “catch-22.” Still he said it was a necessary action.Read More