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By MARJORIE MORRIS
County Commissioners voted unanim
ously Tuesday to renew an annual
forestry agreement, after a tense discus
sion between Chairman Don Willhoit
and Commissioner Norman Walker.
The conflict started when Walker
asked Geoff Gledhill, county attorney,
if his vote would cause a conflict of
interest since he works in the forestry
After Gledhill said he did not know,
Walker asked if they could delay voting
until the attorney could decide whether
a conflict existed.
Willhoit told Walker, who could
receive all of the Forestry's Services
$63,775, that he could exempt his vote.
Walker did not want to exempt his
vote, but he also did not "want to read
in the paper in the morning where some
smart-ass white boy and some smart
ass black boy" had commented on his
Walker later said he was referring to
Willhoit, who is white, and Commis
sioner Richard Whitted, who is black,
when he made the statement.
Walker was referring to Commis
sioner Shirley Marshall as well as
Willhoit and Whitted when he said, "I
don want to hear lip service from the
three of you in the paper about my
Whitted, Willhoit and Marshall did
not answer Walker's remarks, but voted
with the other board members to
approve the agreement between Orange
County and the N.C. Department of
The agreement gives Orange County
support from the N.C. Forest Service
in protecting, developing and improving
the county's forest lands.
In other action commissioners
decided to postpone action on a pay
plan study and a proposal to re-evaluate
property tax appraisals every three
years until a September 18 meeting.
By DORA McALPIN
The Chapel Hill Planning Board
voted Tuesday night to construct an
electrical substation on the corner of
U.S. 15-501 Business South and the
According to power company spo
kesmen, "the substation located on
Cameron Avenue' which currdntlyr
serves the southern part of the Chapel
Hill urban area is approaching capacity
use. The company said the substation
cannot be further expanded to meet the
electrical needs generated by new
developments in the area.
"As the community grows, we have
to grow with our facilities in order to
adequately serve these people," said
Duke Power's Chapel Hill District
Manager John Kincaid.
The new substation, scheduled for
completion by 1989, will be located on
337,472 square feet of land on the .
southeast corner of the intersection.
Approval of the plan came only after
Kincaid agreed to take measures to
prevent soil and other debris from being
deposited on public roads as a result
of the construction activity.
The board also suggested that the
power company take responsibility for
replacing the vegetation to be used in
screening the substation, should the
original greenery die.
In addition, most of the power lines
connected with the new substation will
be located underground.
Duke Power chose the 15-501 loca
tion for its proximity to the area the
substation will serve, Kincaid said. In
this location, the construction and
resulting substation structure will
interfere only minimally with activities
in the area, he added.
The plan now goes to the Chapel Hill
Town Council for approval.
The board also approved construc
tion of a 240-unit apartment complex
on the corner of Homestead Road and
According to Steve Upson of H.P.
McCoy & Co. Real Estate Acquisition
and Development Co. of Greensboro,
the complex - will consist of 120 one
bedroom and 120 two-bedroom
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