Plans to spend, spend, and spend continue to emerge from Chapel Hill officials.

From the Chapel Hill News:

Town Council members support roughly $48 million in parks and greenways projects but don’t yet know how they’ll pay for them.

Parks and Recreation Director Butch Kisiah and others call the master plans “ambitious” but key to meeting the town’s goals over the next 10 years.


Later in the story:

Town Manager Roger Stancil could have a rough funding plan for the council by April 22.

“One of the questions will be timing and the willingness of the community to approve a bond for these purposes,” he said in an email. “Other large capital needs prioritized by the council include a police station and replacement of old fire stations.”