A task force finalized its draft report Wednesday on water, sewer and community center issues in the Rogers Road community.
The report outlined a $5.8 million sewer infrastructure plan but advised waiting until local governments decide how to pay.
The report also proposed moving and renovating the historic Hogan-Rogers house for a community center or building a new center to replace one that closed Aug. 11. That could cost $450,000 to $740,500, depending on the final plan.
Chapel Hill Town Council members suggested the county pick up the cost, since town residents pay county taxes and otherwise would be charged twice.
That prompted county commissioners to suggest an equitable solution might be that the county picks up the cost but also reviews how sales tax revenues are allocated.
“Sometimes the county feels that everything is always thrown to the county, and yet on the tax distribution, we don’t get any credit for the fact that it is actually to the advantage of the towns and not the county,” Commissioners Chairwoman Bernadette Pelissier said.