Pittsboro, NC – The April 20, 2020, 6 p.m. regular meeting of the Chatham County Board of Commissioners will be held at the Chatham County Agriculture and Conference Center located at 1192 US 64 Business West, Pittsboro, NC. Due to mass gathering restrictions as outlined in Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 121, the public will not be allowed to physically attend this meeting; however, the meeting will be livestreamed at TaJTalk.com and youtube.com.
Any residents who had planned to address the Board during Public Input at the April 20 meeting are asked to e-mail their comments to Clerk to the Board Lindsay Ray at by 4 p.m. on April 20. The Clerk will present those comments during the Public Input Session on the agenda at the meeting, and comments will be recorded in the minutes.
There will also be a public hearing to receive public comment on the proposed borrowing to construct and buy new communication towers, radio equipment, generators, etc. to enhance the County’s public safety and emergency communication system. Individuals wishing to speak on this particular matter should e-mail their comments to Clerk to the Board Lindsay Ray at by 4 p.m. on April 20. The Clerk will present those comments during the public hearing.
The Board of Commissioners will vote to postpone the Williams Corner public hearings scheduled for April 20 to a future meeting of the Board of Commissioners. All residents who signed up to speak on these items will automatically be moved to the new meeting date.
The agenda for the April 20 Board of Commissioners Meeting will be posted on the County website on April 16.
Also, residents may sign up to receive e-mailed notices of Board of Commissioners meetings, new press releases and announcements at the County website: chathamnc.org/sign-up-for-e-notifier.