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File #: 21-96    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/31/2021 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 4/6/2021 Final action:
Title: Authorization for Town Manager to sign Interlocal Agreement Related to the Current and Future Use of the Jointly Owned Greene Tract PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is for the Town Council to consider authorizing the Town Manager to sign an interlocal agreement between Carrboro, Orange County, and the Town of Chapel Hill regarding the current and future use of the jointly owned Greene Tract.
Attachments: 1. A - Interlocal Agreement, 2. B - Greene Tract Update
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Authorization for Town Manager to sign Interlocal Agreement Related to the Current and Future Use of the Jointly Owned Greene Tract

 

PURPOSE:    The purpose of this agenda item is for the Town Council to consider authorizing the Town Manager to sign an interlocal agreement between Carrboro, Orange County, and the Town of Chapel Hill regarding the current and future use of the jointly owned Greene Tract.  

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DEPARTMENT: Planning Department

 

CONTACT INFORMATION: Patricia McGuire - 919-918-7327, pmcguire@townofcarrboro.org <mailto:pmcguire@townofcarrboro.org>; Martin Roupe - 919-918-7333, mroupe@townofcarrboro.org <mailto:mroupe@townofcarrboro.org>

 

INFORMATION: The Greene Tract is a 164-acre parcel of which 104 acres is jointly owned by Orange County, Carrboro and Chapel Hill and 60 acres is owned by Orange County (designated as the Headwaters Preserve).

Since 2017, a joint staff work group has been reporting to the Mayors, Managers, and Chair subcommittee on preservation and development potential of the existing Greene Tract. A draft interlocal agreement has been developed and is included as Attachment A. A summary of the activities that have been underway is included as Attachment B. 

 

FISCAL & STAFF IMPACT: No specific or extraordinary impacts are currently known.  

 

RECOMMENDATION:r Staff recommends that the Carrboro Town Council direct the Town Manager with authority to sign the interlocal agreement included as Attachment A on its behalf.