The Tuscaloosa-Lakewood Neighborhood Association board has passed resolutions calling for an independent survey of the Jordan Lake watershed boundary in southwestern Durham County; and opposing any change to the city's billboard ordinance.
Durham County Commissioners hold a special work session on the boundary survey at 3:30 this afternoon (Monday, March 23) in the commissioners' chambers, 200 E. Main St. (Old Courthouse). The meeting is open to the public, but commissioners are not expected to receive public comment. See www.co.durham.nc.us/departments/bocc/Agendas/Current_Meeting_Agen.html.
The Inter Neighborhood Council takes its position on billboards when it meets Tuesday night, at 7 at the Herald-Sun building off Pickett Road. The council is considering two resolutions, one opposing any change and one that would allow some changes sought by the Fairway Outdoor Advertising Co.