Pittsboro, NC – The Chatham County Board of Commissioners (BOC) will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. at the Chatham County Historic Courthouse, 9 Hillsboro Street, Second Floor Courtroom, Pittsboro. Face coverings are required for all individuals while inside the building.
The purpose of the meeting is to receive a presentation and update on the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) and vote on a request to approve an appropriation of $260,000 for the FY23 Human Services Nonprofit Allocation funding process and to approve the continuation of the FY22 Board of Commissioner’s Goal and Outcomes for the FY23 Human Services Nonprofit Allocation funding process.
- For first-time visitors to the site, click on the drop-down list next to the search field and select “All Years.” Then click the “Meeting Date” column to sort by most recent meeting to oldest meeting. These settings should save for any return visits to the site.
- For livestreaming, look for column on the right that says “Video.” Directly underneath, it currently says “Not Available” for the video of the December 8th meeting.
- When the meeting starts, the Video column will say “In Progress” for the December 8th meeting. Click on the words “In Progress” and it will go to the livestream.
- The recording of the video will be uploaded to the same spot within 24 hours of the meeting adjourning. Once the video has adjourned and is uploaded to the site, click on specific sections of the agenda (listed underneath the video), and it will go directly to that section of the meeting. There is no need to download the video and watch the entire meeting for those interested in particular item(s).
Please note, that the livestreaming software does not show presentations on the screen for residents watching from home but instead shows the meeting chambers so that commissioners are seen and heard throughout the entire meeting. All presentations can be accessed from the agendas located at
https://chathamnc.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx. Presentations are shown on screens in the chambers for residents participating in person.