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At Monday’s meeting, the Chapel Hill Town Council approved a county-wide single fee to fund recycling and waste services.
Blue recycling roll carts will roll out to homes in rural Orange County next month, with the blessing of the Board of Commissioners.
County Commissioners did an abrupt about-face Thursday, reversing a vote on rural recycling funding in response to criticism from the Chapel Hill Town Council.
The Town Council is asking County Commissioners to consider funding both rural and urban recycling pick-up for next year from the solid waste reserve fund.Read More
Commissioners say they have funds for rural curbside recycling pickup next year, but after that, they hope a newly-formed task force comes up with a plan.Read More
County Commissioners took another look at funding for rural curbside recycling pick-up, but most board members didn’t like the choices on the table.Read More
At WCHL’s Community Forum, Chancellor Carol Folt, BOCC Chair Barry Jacobs, and Orange County’s mayors talked partnerships.Read More
Candidates for the Chapel Hill Town Council tackled two of the town’s most persistent problems: How to help the homeless and what to do with solid waste.Read More