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Community Growth Survey deadline extended
Nearly 2,200 people have responded to our Clayton Community Growth Survey since October. We were going to close out the survey earlier this week, but we want to be sure that everyone who wants to give us their feedback has an opportunity to do so. So, we're extending the deadline to January 18. Help us get all of the feedback we possibly can while making sure that your voice is heard. Take the survey NOW and help to decide Clayton's future!
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Water Reclamation Facility Project Update
The Town of Clayton took another step forward last week in the effort to build the new Neuse River Water Reclamation Facility. The Town was notified by the state Department of Environmental Quality (NC DEQ) that the Environmental Assessment is complete and the project has a FONSI – Finding of No Significant Impact. The Town can now enter the RFQ phase of the project and hopes to do by January 20.
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Loose Leaf Pickup Ends Jan. 31
There are only three weeks left in the annual loose leaf collection by All Star Waste. The vaccuum truck will make its final run on Jan. 31. Remember, leaves only for the vacuum truck - rocks, sticks, dirt and other debris can clog the machines, cause damage and delay service. Beginning Feb. 1, residents should bag yard waste using clear plastic bags. Other restrictions apply to yard waste left at the curb.
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Proposed updates to Clayton's Unified Development Code (UDC), the policy guide that governs our zoning and subdivision regulations, are currently scheduled to go before the Planning Board at its January meeting. Most of the proposed changes are required by recent state legislative changes to local government planning and development regulation – also known as Chapter 160D. Additional updates to the UDC (Chapter 155) of the Town’s ordinances also are proposed in an effort to align the Town’s existing code with best practices.
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Trail Bridge Renamed for Former Planning Director Skip Browder
The Clayton Town Council honored former Clayton Planning Director James “Skip” Browder at its Monday, Dec. 22, meeting by adopting a resolution to rename what is known as the Steel Bridge along the Sam’s Branch Greenway the Skip Browder Bridge. Skip was Clayton Planning Director from 1993 through 2000, and again from 2003 until his retirement in 2010. Mayor Jody McLeod presented Skip's family members, Lisa Ferguson and Jason Browder, with a commemorative plaque of the resolution.
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Parks & Rec Goes Virtual
Clayton Parks and Rec offers Zoom classes
With the start of 2021, Parks and Recreation is renewing their efforts to offer fun virtual classes and programs. For the first time since the pandemic began Parks and Rec will offer many popular fitness classes, including Tai Chi, Yoga and Barre Fusion, on a live virtual platform. Participants will be able to Zoom in to classes beginning this week. Staff is also working to keep the community engaged with activities including a virtual jigsaw puzzle challenge and a coffee and conversation roundtable targeted toward seniors.
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