I support In-person meetings for Carrboro Town Council
The Town of Carrboro is meeting virtually on April 5 to discuss debt financing for the 203 project (new library). Why is the town not allowing for in-person meetings at this point to discuss these important issues of concern to its citizens?
Governor Cooper relaxed COVID restrictions some time ago and has declared that we should all exercise personal responsibility in our decision-making regarding COVID precautions.
What could possibly be the reason why this very important meeting will be virtual? In addition, the Town supposedly advocates for those individuals who may not have access to the internet. Where is the equity here?