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Celebration for completion of sewer project at Historic Rogers Road Neighborhood


The community is invited to an event at 6 p.m. Monday, June 3, to celebrate the completion of 3.5 miles of sewer service for the Historic Rogers Road Neighborhood. The event will take place at the RENA Community Center, 101 Edgar Road.

The June 3 celebration will be led by Reverend Robert Campbell, president of the Rogers Eubanks Neighborhood Association and a deacon at Faith Tabernacle Oasis of Love Church. Local leaders will include Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger, Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle, and Orange County Board of Commissioners Chair Penny Rich.

The Rogers Road-Eubanks Road Neighborhood, a community that straddles Chapel Hill and Carrboro, housed the Orange County landfill for more than 40 years. Responding to advocates for environmental justice, Orange County closed the landfill in 2013. Residents have worked with community partners for many years on plans for sewer infrastructure and to create a master plan for their area.

A collaborative effort among Orange County and the towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro helped to fund both the sewer service and establish a community center for the neighborhood.
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Orange County to hose low-cost rabies vaccination clinic

Orange County Animal Services will host its next low-cost rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, June 8, 2019. These clinics ensure that cats and dogs are current on their vaccinations, while providing pet owners with substantial savings on rabies vaccinations. 
 
The clinic will offer 1-year and 3-year vaccinations for $10. Pet owners will need to have a previous rabies certificate in hand to receive the 3-year vaccine. A tag alone is not sufficient. This upcoming clinic will take place on the following date:
 
Saturday, June 8, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
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1601 Eubanks Road in Chapel Hill, NC

 
Microchips will also be offered at this clinic for $35 each, including registration fees. Owners can choose to have a pet receive only a microchip, only a rabies vaccine, or both. Dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in a carrier. 
 
For more information about Orange County Animal Services, including additional clinic dates and rabies vaccination clinic requirements, please visit www.orangecountync.gov/155/Animal-Services or call 919-942-PETS (7387). 

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Orange County to host community yard sale on June 8


Orange County Department on Aging and the Friends of the Jerry M. Passmore Center invite the public to a Community Yard Sale on Saturday, June 8 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. It is going to be HUGE! Join us for this multi-vendor yard sale and come prepared to find those hidden treasures you thought were gone forever.

The sale will take place in the front parking lot of the SportsPlex and Passmore Center, located at 103 Meadowlands Drive in Hillsborough.

The event is FREE to the public, $15 for vendors.

If you would like to purchase a space for the upcoming yard sale or if you have additional questions, please contact Alicia Reid at 919-418-0032. Vendor applications may be picked up at the Passmore Center or online at www.passmorecenterfriends.org
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Orange County Animal Services to host 10th Open House on June 1


Orange County Animal Services will be hosting its annual Open House on Saturday, June 1, 2019, from noon – 4 p.m.

The event will feature tours of the facility, various activities for families and children, delicious refreshments, and more. CLAWS, Inc. will also be on site to feature select birds of prey. Other animal organizations will also be participating in the event.

The day of celebration always aims to highlight Cat Adoption Month, which runs through June and features adoption specials for all cats and kittens. This year will also feature a Senior Adoption Special for available dogs and cats over 8 years in age.

The Open House will be held at the Animal Services Center at 1601 Eubanks Road in Chapel Hill. The Center will remain open for regular Saturday hours (including during the Open House) and adoptable animals will be available. Those visiting the Center between noon and 4 p.m. and not picking up or dropping off an animal should plan to park in the Eubanks Road Park & Ride lot, where a shuttle will be available to transport people to and from the facility.

Information about this event and others can be found at www.orangecountync.gov/animalservices or by calling 919.942.7387.
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