The Chapel Hill Town Council tabled a public hearing that would have examined funding options for providing water and sewer hook ups to the Rogers Road neighborhood during its meeting Monday night.
The council has been looking at ways to raise money for the extension of water and sewer services to the historically black and low-income community that housed the county landfill for 41 years.
The council was schedule to discuss a proposed extraterritorial jurisdiction, which would annex more land and allow the town to legally contribute more money to the community.
Council member Matt Czajkowski said talking about the issue is no longer enough.
“There is no doubt that after (41 years) we owe it to Rogers Road to finally do something now,” Czajkowski said. “So what is keeping us from doing something now? Money.”