The three jurisdictions have been working to install a new sewer service to serve the historic Rogers Road neighborhood following the 2013 closure of the landfill that once occupied the district.
In 1972, Orange County in exchange for allowing the county to house the landfill at the site for 10 years. But the landfill remained at Rogers Road for 41 years.
The interlocal agreement details the decision between the jurisdictions to jointly fund preliminary engineering and design services performed by Orange Water and Sewer Authority and community outreach in the neighborhood conducted by the Jackson Center.
The cost of the sewer project is $1,334,900 with Orange County paying 43 percent, the Town of Chapel Hill paying 43 percent and the Town of Carrboro paying 14 percent of this total.