The Orange County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to give the Historic Rogers Road Neighborhood Task Force six more months.
In the meantime, the county will nail down construction of a new community center.
“I don’t think anyone could say seriously that the work is done. When there’s a community center being built and when people are connected to sewer and can flush their toilets, then the work is done,” Commissioner Mark Dorosin said.
Financing for a $5.8 million sewer system is still on the table. The task force also will talk about the potential for development changing the neighborhood’s character and uses for the adjacent county-owned Greene Tract.