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File #: 14-0152    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Passed
File created: 5/2/2014 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 5/13/2014 Final action: 5/13/2014
Title: A Request to Issue Permits for the Annual Four on the Fourth Road Race, Carrboro 10K Road Race, and the Gallop and Gorge 8K Road Race PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is to consider Street Closing Permit Applications submitted by Cardinal Track Club for the following three annual road races: Four on the Fourth Road Race, Carrboro 10 K Road Race, and the Gallop and Gorge 8 K Road Race.
Attachments: 1. Cardinal Track Club Resolution 2014, 2. street closing permit_4on4, 3. 4on4th Course Map, 4. Carrboro10K Course Map, 5. street closing permit_C10k, 6. Gallop and Gorge Route, 7. street closing permit_G&G
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A Request to Issue Permits for the Annual Four on the Fourth Road Race, Carrboro 10K Road Race, and the Gallop and Gorge 8K Road Race

PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is to consider Street Closing Permit Applications submitted by Cardinal Track Club for the following three annual road races: Four on the Fourth Road Race, Carrboro 10 K Road Race, and the Gallop and Gorge 8 K Road Race.
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DEPARTMENT: Public Works

CONTACT INFORMATION: George Seiz, 918-7427

INFORMATION: In an effort to be more efficient, Cardinal Track Club has submitted three Street Closing Permit Applications at one time for the temporary closing and usage of the following races (see attached maps for race routes):

Four on the Fourth Road Race: Friday, July 4, 2014 from 7:45 AM to 10:00AM:
Carrboro 10K Road Race: Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 7:45 AM to 10:00 AM:
Gallop and Gorge 8K Road Race: Thursday, November 27, 2014 from 7:45 AM to 10:00 AM:

The Four on the Fourth and Carrboro 10K follow the same routes as the 2013 races. The Gallop and Gorge 8k has a modified route in order to move the start/finish line to Weaver St. See the attached maps for route details of each race.

This is the 10th year the Cardinal Track Club has put on these races. Pursuant to Section 7-19 of the Town Code, a Public Hearing to receive public input prior to issuing a Street Closing Permit is not required for these particular events.

Proceeds for the three races benefit the Cardinal Track Club's Community Partners, all of which are non-profit organizations are based in Orange County, as required by Section 7-23 of the Town Code. In 2013 the three races generated $45,000 that was distributed to Club's Community Partners.

FISCAL & STAFF IMPACT: Applicant will be responsible for all costs incurred by Police and Public Works to facilitate the events. Applicant will be sent an itemized bill for the final costs incurred by Police and Public Works per event. The applicant has...

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