Chapel Hill Town Councilperson Lee Storrow announced today the launch of his campaign for re-election. Since being elected as the youngest Councilperson in 2011, Storrow has championed social justice, economic development, and visitor promotion. Lee has worked collaboratively with leaders across government lines in Orange County, and created new and innovative ways to connect residents with local government through open office hours and town hall events.Read more
Tomorrow the Orange County Board of Elections will adopt a plan for early voting for the fall election. The Board will consider both the locations and hours for early voting. When it comes to locations, the board should keep the same voting locations used during the spring primary to maintain consistency.Read more
Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed the holiday season and had time to celebrate with friends and family. 2013 was a busy year in Chapel Hill and I wanted to send you a short note about the town council's work last year, much of which will continue in 2014. I'll be holding open office hours this month (see sidebar on right), feel free to stop by if you have a specific concern, or just want to hear more about what local government is doing in Chapel Hill.
It's been an eventful year in Chapel Hill. From working to bring sewer service to the Rogers Road community to standing up for access to reproductive health services, I've kept busy in 2013 and wanted to send you an update on the projects I've been working on.
Friends, neighbors, and supporters:
It’s been a busy spring in Chapel Hill. Last week our town manager introduced his recommended budget. I’m writing to share information about the budget, and invite you to share your thoughts and feedback about priorities in our town. You can find information about the budget on the town website.