Orange CountyDevelopment Briefing   Tuesday, September 20       Friday Center
WELCOME  Aaron NelsonPresident and CEO
Presenting Sponsor
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2011 Annual Gold Sponsors
2011 Annual Gold Sponsors
Special Thanks to Our Newest    Annual Gold Sponsor
Welcome from Presenting Sponsor       Justin Lyle-Purdy
Residential Development        Update      Mark Zimmerman    RE/MAX Winning Edge
Orange County    Development BriefingThe Residential Real Estate Market          September 20, 2011           Mark Zimmerm...
Remember the Tax Credits• Extended through June, 2010• Affected full market   – 1st time home buyers   – Repeat home buyer...
2011 – It’s all Relative• 1st Half – (YTD June, 2011)   – Triangle      •   Sales down -17.3%      •   125 Days on Market ...
What’s Happening Since Then?• Triangle   – Sales       • July +7.5%, August +22.9%   – Days on Market       • July 130 (vs...
Year Will Slowly Get Better• YTD through August  – Triangle     • Sales -10.1%  – Orange County     • Sales -2.3%
Urban Orange• Hillsborough   – Sales      • July -37.9%, August +46.7%      • YTD -4.4%   – 118 Days on Market (vs 87 YA +...
Orange County – Aug, 2011        Price    Listings   % Chg v   YTD Sales     % Chg v       Month    Ave DOM               ...
New Construction• Triangle – 2nd Qtr  – Sales down -27% vs YA  – Inventory down -24% vs YA  – List price down -5% vs YA  –...
New Construction – 2nd Qtr                     Orange County        Price         Listings   % Chg v YA   YTD Sales    % C...
Summary• 1st Half   – Tax Credit Relativity• 3rd Quarter   – Positive Trend off low base• 4th Qtr & Beyond   – ?????
Introduction by Joanne Fiore
Commercial Development       Update        Dwight Bassett Economic Development Officer      Town of Chapel Hill
Development UpdateRetail, Office and Flex Space in Orange County
Date          Center                 opened      Leasable      Vacant       Rate          Glen Lennox            DNR      ...
Retail                                           Chapel Hill/Orange County           80,000                               ...
Orange County Retail Vacancy                            8.31%                                                             ...
Retail
Class Name                             Total      Vacant %A     East 54                            113,000    43,154 38.19...
Office Market      200,000                                                                                                ...
Office Market            1,494,8591,600,0001,400,0001,200,0001,000,000 800,000 600,000                                    ...
Orange County Flex Space                Building         Rentable SF    Vacant SF       Vacant %Chapel Hill Industrial    ...
Orange County Flex Space                              Flex Space - Orange County % Vacant             600-610… 0%515 Meado...
Orange County - Warehouse                         Leasable             Building      SF        Vacant SFA Southern Season ...
Orange County - Warehouse               TOTAL                                                                             ...
Orange County – All Sectors                   Leasable Square Feet Retail             Office A        1,059,938           ...
Orange County – All Sectors                         Leasable Square Feet     Retail                                       ...
Orange County – All Sectors                              Vacancy by Sector               Retail                   8%      ...
The Edge  John MorrisMorris Commercial
Obey Creek     Ben PerryEast West Partners
AerialLocationMap
Concept Plan
Sections
Lloyd Property     Jack SmyreThe Design Response
Vicinity Map  Site     *
Area Map
Aerial Photograph
Vision 2020
“Available Commercial Projects     and Redevelopment Opportunities”Excerpt from:Creating Carrboro’s Economic Futureby Regi...
Carrboro Zoning Map
B-4 Zoning DistrictExcerpt from:Town of Carrboro - Land Use OrdinanceArticle IX Zoning District and Zoning Map
Argus Development GroupRepresentative Project Elements
Argus Development GroupRepresentative Project Elements
Existing Conditions                      • Existing Zoning-                       B-4 16.62 AC                       R-10 ...
Initial Site Analysis
Photos of Site Tree Stand Behind Main House              Tree Stand in Front of Main House                                ...
Balanced Site Approach
Development / Preservation Ratio• Approximately 24 acres (60%) developed• Approximately 16 acres (40%) preserved
Development Envelopes
Initial Illustrative Concept Plan
Access & Circulation
Development Program● Grocery store anchored (50-55,000 SF)● Junior anchors (6-30,000 SF each)● Minor retail/office space (...
Implementation of the Concept PlanZoning Map Amendment (R-10 to B-4-CU) for a            portion of the site              ...
Carrboro Plaza & Lloyd Property
Carolina North and 123 W. Franklin     Gordon MerkleinUniversity of North Carolina
Carolina North           and123 West Franklin Update
Carolina North – Research Building                            Proposed Research                            Building site
Carolina North – Research Building
123 West Franklin Project Update•   Design Process    –   First public input session – October 2009•   Concept Plan Review...
123 West Franklin Project Update
123 West Franklin Project Update
123 West Franklin Project Update
123 West Franklin Project Update
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123 West Franklin Project Update                                   83
UNC Healthway  Dan Stevens UNC Health Care
The UNC Healthway                    Dan Stevens DMD, PhD, MBA                    Marketing Director                    UN...
Our Facilities
UNC Health CareA Substantial Economic Impact for North Carolina                         Estimated Economic Impact         ...
UNC Health Care               County-by-county Economic Impactwww.unchealthcare.org   About Us   UNC Health Care’s Impact ...
But…
Redistribution of Clinical Sites• Goal: Decompress campus-based hospitals• Find and relocate services that do not need hos...
Introduction of the UNC Healthway       • Significant clinical services on route 54 and beyond       • Build awareness    ...
www.UNChealthway.org
Infrastructure: Water           Ed KerwinOrange Water and Sewer Authority
Orange County Development Briefing            September 20, 2011  Orange Water and Sewer Authority   A public, non-profit ...
Service areaboundaries defined by  local governments Public water/sewer not to be extended  into rural buffer
Water Supply     University Lake       Cane Creek    Quarry Reservoir       Jordan Lake Jones Ferry Road Water    Treatmen...
Reliable Water Supply Effective conservation – UNC’s use of reclaimed  water Multiple reservoirs – Jordan Lake is an ess...
Reliable Infrastructure Infrastructure is in good shape, have plans to  keep it that way $10-13 million annual investmen...
Service Availability (Capacity) Fees*(October 2011)  Type                                     Water    Sewer      Total  S...
www.owasa.org            919-968-4421          Todd Spencer, P.E.Systems Development Engineering Manager          tspencer...
Infrastructure: Cell Service         Rajeev Sood            AT&T
Carolinas                                                                        Wireless Network1Q 2011 UpdateAT&T Propri...
AT&T Proprietary and Confidential. Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. Al...
Coverage Map                                    < Carolinas >   Before (March 2010)                 After (March 2011)    ...
Coverage Map                                    < Carolinas >   Before (March 2010)                 After (March 2011)    ...
2011 Plans     Planning to build 45 new sites     Expanding Mobile Broadband footprint over 489 existing      2G-only site...
Infrastructure: Broadband        Mark Eagle     Time Warner Cable
Orange County Development Briefing      Time Warner Services              Mark Eagle  Director Business Class Engineering ...
Time Warner Network                           Internet Traffic                           Exit PointInternet Traffic      E...
Orange County Service Area                             112
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Business Class Services Offered by Time Warner Metro Ethernet Transport    EPL – Ethernet Private Line    EVPL – Ethern...
Campaign for Jobs &     Schools        Aaron NelsonChapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber
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What is the ¼ Cent Sales Tax?   An effort to raise $2.5 million in    revenue per year for ten years           Sales Tax R...
Business Collateral Collaborative              Investment Materials Outreach                 Grants    1.5%         1.5%  ...
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The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce hosted its Orange County Development Briefing, 8-10 a.m, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011 at the Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill.

Commercial and residential real estate professionals, planners and economic developers presented the latest trends about the local markets, new economic development initiatives, and the status of approved projects in Orange County and its municipalities at the fifth annual event.

Speakers included Mark Zimmerman of RE/MAX Winning Edge; John Morris of Morris Commercial; and Gordon Merklein, UNC’s executive director of real estate development.

The event is presented by Time Warner Cable Business Class and sponsored Duke Energy, The UPS Store and the 2011 Chamber Master Sponsors.

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  • 2011 Orange County Development Briefing

    1. 1. Orange CountyDevelopment Briefing Tuesday, September 20 Friday Center
    2. 2. WELCOME Aaron NelsonPresident and CEO
    3. 3. Presenting Sponsor
    4. 4. Breakfast Sponsor
    5. 5. Bronze Sponsors
    6. 6. 2011 Annual Community Champions
    7. 7. 2011 Annual Platinum Sponsors
    8. 8. 2011 Annual Gold Sponsors
    9. 9. 2011 Annual Gold Sponsors
    10. 10. Special Thanks to Our Newest Annual Gold Sponsor
    11. 11. Welcome from Presenting Sponsor Justin Lyle-Purdy
    12. 12. Residential Development Update Mark Zimmerman RE/MAX Winning Edge
    13. 13. Orange County Development BriefingThe Residential Real Estate Market September 20, 2011 Mark Zimmerman All data provided by Triangle Multiple Listing Service and 10K Research and Marketing
    14. 14. Remember the Tax Credits• Extended through June, 2010• Affected full market – 1st time home buyers – Repeat home buyers• Market was artificially stimulated – 3rd Qtr transactions shifted to 2nd Qtr• 2010 Market Dislocated – 1st Half Overstated – 2nd Half Suffered
    15. 15. 2011 – It’s all Relative• 1st Half – (YTD June, 2011) – Triangle • Sales down -17.3% • 125 Days on Market (vs 102 YA +23.1%) • Inventory down -13.0% • Months Supply growing 11.4 (vs 10.2 +11.6%) – Orange County • Sales down -2.6% • 124 Days on Market (vs 99 YA +25.4%) • Inventory down -7.7% • Months Supply up a bit 12.4 (vs 12.1 YA +2.4%)
    16. 16. What’s Happening Since Then?• Triangle – Sales • July +7.5%, August +22.9% – Days on Market • July 130 (vs 103 +25.8%), Aug 126 (vs 110 +15.0%) – Inventory -19.2% • Months Supply July 11.0, August 10.3 (-4.4% YA)• Orange County – Sales • July -6.3%, August +3.7% – Days on Market • July 125 (vs 117 +6.6%), Aug 122 (vs 129 -5.4%) – Inventory -16.8% • Months Supply July 11.8, August 10.6 (-10.7% YA)
    17. 17. Year Will Slowly Get Better• YTD through August – Triangle • Sales -10.1% – Orange County • Sales -2.3%
    18. 18. Urban Orange• Hillsborough – Sales • July -37.9%, August +46.7% • YTD -4.4% – 118 Days on Market (vs 87 YA +35.7%) – Inventory -8.1%• Chapel Hill/Carrboro – Sales • July +2.6%, August -8.3% • YTD -2.5% – 136 Days on Market (vs 133 YA +2.0%) – Inventory -15.5%
    19. 19. Orange County – Aug, 2011 Price Listings % Chg v YTD Sales % Chg v Month Ave DOM YA YA Supply0-149 84 +9% 97 +29.3% 7 116150-199 72 -4% 70 +34.6% 8 123200-299 148 -8% 147 -9.3% 8 125300-399 97 -29% 130 +4.0% 6 145400-599 142 -10% 136 +11.5% 8 116600-799 68 -8% 48 -7.7% 11 109800+ 73 -14% 36 +38.5% 16 118Total Detached 686 -10% 664 +8.0% 8Condo 153 -21% 71 -39.3% 17 136Townhouse 96 -11% 95 -14.4% 8 122Total 935 -13% 830 -1.4% 9 125
    20. 20. New Construction• Triangle – 2nd Qtr – Sales down -27% vs YA – Inventory down -24% vs YA – List price down -5% vs YA – Supply down to 5 months (same as YA) • Framed new homes 4 month supply – Pendings down -8% vs YA – Showings down -9% vs 1st Qtr
    21. 21. New Construction – 2nd Qtr Orange County Price Listings % Chg v YA YTD Sales % Chg v YA Supply0-149 2 n/a 2 n/a 6150-199 6 -40% 13 +63% 3200-299 10 -23% 2 -60% 30300-399 18 +50% 13 +44% 8400-599 23 +77% 8 -20% 17600-799 6 -14% 3 -25% 12800+ 10 -33% 2 +100% 30Total Detached 75 -7% 43 +10% 10Condo 52 -33% 3 -77% 104Townhouse 10 -58% 26 +24% 2Total 137 -20% 72 -1% 11
    22. 22. Summary• 1st Half – Tax Credit Relativity• 3rd Quarter – Positive Trend off low base• 4th Qtr & Beyond – ?????
    23. 23. Introduction by Joanne Fiore
    24. 24. Commercial Development Update Dwight Bassett Economic Development Officer Town of Chapel Hill
    25. 25. Development UpdateRetail, Office and Flex Space in Orange County
    26. 26. Date Center opened Leasable Vacant Rate Glen Lennox DNR 26,032 0 0.00% The Galleria NA 35,000 0 0.00% University Square 1969 39,868 0 0.00% North Hill Ctr 1963 46,000 4,953 10.77% East 54 2009 52,575 9,819 18.68%Orange Glenwood Square Willow Creek Village Plaza 1987 1983 1974 53,000 57,616 63,327 2,660 8,200 0 0.00% 4.62% 12.95%County Churton Grove Cole Park Plaza Carr Mill Mall 2003 1988 1977 65,225 82,258 88,000 10,000 21,973 3,250 15.33% 26.71% 3.69% Retail Chapel Hill North Chatham Crossing 1998 1998 93,266 95,933 5,246 9,700 5.62% 10.11% Meadowmont 2001 96,740 7,571 7.83%Space Hillsborough Commons 1989 107,000 35,000 32.71% Timberlyne 1984 112,925 0 0.00% Rams Plaza 1982 113,557 6,563 5.78% Carrboro Plaza 1985 125,000 0 0.00% Eastgate 1958 155,442 0 0.00% University Mall 1973 366,173 41,680 11.38% TOTAL 1,874,937 166,615 8.31%
    27. 27. Retail Chapel Hill/Orange County 80,000 12.00% 60,000 10.00% 40,000 8.00% 20,000 0 6.00% 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1Q2011 -20,000 4.00% -40,000 2.00% -60,000 -80,000 0.00% Absorption VacancyData courtesy of Grubb & Ellis | Thomas Linderman Graham
    28. 28. Orange County Retail Vacancy 8.31% 32.71% 26.71% 18.68% 15.33% 12.95% 11.38% 10.77% 10.11% 7.83% 5.78% 5.62% 4.62% 3.69% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35
    29. 29. Retail
    30. 30. Class Name Total Vacant %A East 54 113,000 43,154 38.19%A Exchange East 60,000 16,258 27.10%A The Exchange 135,000 2,685 1.99%A Meadowmont Village I 73,095 2,044 2.80%A Meadowmont Village II 35,471 4,932 13.90%AAAA Chapel Hill 40 - Boyd Chapel Hill 40 - Dawson Europa Center Franklin Park 50,518 70,516 180,000 57,000 20,057 39.70% 52,348 74.24% 50,718 28.18% 14,793 25.95% Office MarketA Southern Village - 400 Mkt 20,000 0 0.00%A Southern Village - 410 Mkt 48,000 0 0.00%A Pavillion II 25,842 14,360 55.57%A Southern Village - 300 Mkt 44,500 2,200 4.94%A Pavillion I 26,076 1,599 6.13%A Castalia 47,920 1,100 2.30%A Greenbridge 36,000 24,562 68.23%A 201 Sage Rd 37,000 0 0.00%B 109/111 E Franklin 10,846 2,500 23.05%B Pegasus Office 12,500 0 0.00%B Forum 1 16,800 7,600 45.24%B Howell Bldg 10,800 0 0.00%B BOA Bldg 100,866 13,121 13.01%B 151 E Rosemary 14,000 0 0.00%B 605 Eastowne Dr 11,167 1,311 11.74%B Chapel Hill 40 - McClamroch 43,841 0 0.00%B East Ridge Offices 14,300 12,182 85.19%B University Square 73,522 0 0.00%B Carr Mill 55,000 6,884 12.52%B 400 Roberson St 18,000 0 0.00%B Chapel Hill Professional Village 29,500 7,184 24.35%B Eastowne Office Pk 12,195 1,002 8.22% Office Space 2nd qtr 2011 - Orange County Total Vacant % 1,483,275 302,594 20.40%
    31. 31. Office Market 200,000 25.00% 150,000 20.00% 100,000 15.00% 50,000 10.00% 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1Q2011 5.00% -50,000 -100,000 0.00% Absorption Vacancy*Data courtesy of Grubb & Ellis | Thomas Linderman Graham
    32. 32. Office Market 1,494,8591,600,0001,400,0001,200,0001,000,000 800,000 600,000 306,347 400,000 200,000 20.49% 0 Total Vacant % Office Space 2nd qtr 2011 - Orange County
    33. 33. Orange County Flex Space Building Rentable SF Vacant SF Vacant %Chapel Hill Industrial 22,727 11,364 50.00%Chapel Hill Industrial, Bldg 1 22,000 11,000 50.00%Hillsborough Business Ctr 266,000 5,704 2.14%The Harris Bldg 21,000 0 0.00%505 Meadowlands Dr 15,600 9,600 61.54%515 Meadowlands Dr 12,000 2,000 16.67%600-610 Cornerstone Ct 24,000 0 0.00%TOTAL 383,327 39,668 25.76%
    34. 34. Orange County Flex Space Flex Space - Orange County % Vacant 600-610… 0%515 Meadowlands Dr 17%505 Meadowlands Dr 62% The Harris Bldg 0% Hillsborough… 2% Chapel Hill… 50%Chapel Hill Industrial 50% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%
    35. 35. Orange County - Warehouse Leasable Building SF Vacant SFA Southern Season 80,000 0532 Three Sisters Road 10,500 0E. Washington - Mebane 383,000 0343 Elizabeth Brady 16,200 0TOTAL 489,700
    36. 36. Orange County - Warehouse TOTAL 489,700 343 Elizabeth Brady 16,200E. Washington - Mebane 383,000532 Three Sisters Road 10,500 A Southern Season 80,000 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 450,000 500,000 Vacant Leasable SF
    37. 37. Orange County – All Sectors Leasable Square Feet Retail Office A 1,059,938 Office B 459,019 Office Office Total 1,518,957 Flex 383,327 Flex Warehouse 489,700 Retail 1,874,937 Warehouse
    38. 38. Orange County – All Sectors Leasable Square Feet Retail 1,874,937Warehouse 489,700 Flex 383,327Office Total 1,518,957 Office B 459,019 Office A 1,059,938 0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000
    39. 39. Orange County – All Sectors Vacancy by Sector Retail 8% Warehouse 0% Flex 26% Office Total 19% Office - Class A 23% Office -Class B 16%Vacancy - Flex Space 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30%
    40. 40. The Edge John MorrisMorris Commercial
    41. 41. Obey Creek Ben PerryEast West Partners
    42. 42. AerialLocationMap
    43. 43. Concept Plan
    44. 44. Sections
    45. 45. Lloyd Property Jack SmyreThe Design Response
    46. 46. Vicinity Map Site *
    47. 47. Area Map
    48. 48. Aerial Photograph
    49. 49. Vision 2020
    50. 50. “Available Commercial Projects and Redevelopment Opportunities”Excerpt from:Creating Carrboro’s Economic Futureby Regional Technology Strategies, Inc.September 2006
    51. 51. Carrboro Zoning Map
    52. 52. B-4 Zoning DistrictExcerpt from:Town of Carrboro - Land Use OrdinanceArticle IX Zoning District and Zoning Map
    53. 53. Argus Development GroupRepresentative Project Elements
    54. 54. Argus Development GroupRepresentative Project Elements
    55. 55. Existing Conditions • Existing Zoning- B-4 16.62 AC R-10 22.51 AC R-20 0.95 AC • Total 40.08 AC • Two (2) Single- Family Detached Residences • Detached Garages & Storage Buildings • Cow Pasture • Two Driveways on Old Fayetteville Rd.
    56. 56. Initial Site Analysis
    57. 57. Photos of Site Tree Stand Behind Main House Tree Stand in Front of Main House Hardwood Stand Old Fayetteville Road at PondHardwood Stand South of Power Station
    58. 58. Balanced Site Approach
    59. 59. Development / Preservation Ratio• Approximately 24 acres (60%) developed• Approximately 16 acres (40%) preserved
    60. 60. Development Envelopes
    61. 61. Initial Illustrative Concept Plan
    62. 62. Access & Circulation
    63. 63. Development Program● Grocery store anchored (50-55,000 SF)● Junior anchors (6-30,000 SF each)● Minor retail/office space (25-30,000 SF)● Outparcels (restaurants / pharmacy / etc.) 175,000 +/- SF of retail/office space total (plus <10,000 SF of R-10 non-residential space)
    64. 64. Implementation of the Concept PlanZoning Map Amendment (R-10 to B-4-CU) for a portion of the site & Conditional Use Permit
    65. 65. Carrboro Plaza & Lloyd Property
    66. 66. Carolina North and 123 W. Franklin Gordon MerkleinUniversity of North Carolina
    67. 67. Carolina North and123 West Franklin Update
    68. 68. Carolina North – Research Building Proposed Research Building site
    69. 69. Carolina North – Research Building
    70. 70. 123 West Franklin Project Update• Design Process – First public input session – October 2009• Concept Plan Review – Community Design Commission – October 2010 – Town Council – November 2010• Special Use Permit – Formal SUP submittal on 08-16-2011 – SUP Public Meeting on 09-08-2011 – SUP Town Staff meeting on 09-22-2011• Groundbreaking – Spring 2013?
    71. 71. 123 West Franklin Project Update
    72. 72. 123 West Franklin Project Update
    73. 73. 123 West Franklin Project Update
    74. 74. 123 West Franklin Project Update
    75. 75. 123 West Franklin Project Update 82
    76. 76. 123 West Franklin Project Update 83
    77. 77. UNC Healthway Dan Stevens UNC Health Care
    78. 78. The UNC Healthway Dan Stevens DMD, PhD, MBA Marketing Director UNC Health Care dpsteven@unch.unc.edu; 919-843-2462 85
    79. 79. Our Facilities
    80. 80. UNC Health CareA Substantial Economic Impact for North Carolina Estimated Economic Impact UNC Health Care and SOM: ~$5B (direct and indirect annual impact) Direct Jobs UNC SOM Est. $600M Annual ~$230M annual Economic Impact Operating revenue (non-research) UNC SOM ~ $2 Billion in Services to Patients ~$400M annual Research Spend Uncompensated Care ~$320M Annual Funding Medical Foundation AHEC ~$70M Annual Inflows ~$45M Annual Funding
    81. 81. UNC Health Care County-by-county Economic Impactwww.unchealthcare.org About Us UNC Health Care’s Impact Across North Carolina
    82. 82. But…
    83. 83. Redistribution of Clinical Sites• Goal: Decompress campus-based hospitals• Find and relocate services that do not need hospital environment• Benefits • Creates room in hospitals for other functions • Increase eases of access for patients
    84. 84. Introduction of the UNC Healthway • Significant clinical services on route 54 and beyond • Build awareness • Breadth of services • Easy access
    85. 85. www.UNChealthway.org
    86. 86. Infrastructure: Water Ed KerwinOrange Water and Sewer Authority
    87. 87. Orange County Development Briefing September 20, 2011 Orange Water and Sewer Authority A public, non-profit agency providing water, sewer and reclaimed water services to the Carrboro-Chapel Hill community.
    88. 88. Service areaboundaries defined by local governments Public water/sewer not to be extended into rural buffer
    89. 89. Water Supply University Lake Cane Creek Quarry Reservoir Jordan Lake Jones Ferry Road Water Treatment PlantWastewater ManagementMason Farm Wastewater Treatment Plant Reclaimed Water Facility
    90. 90. Reliable Water Supply Effective conservation – UNC’s use of reclaimed water Multiple reservoirs – Jordan Lake is an essential back up Drinking water interconnections with neighbors Available capacity at water treatment plant
    91. 91. Reliable Infrastructure Infrastructure is in good shape, have plans to keep it that way $10-13 million annual investment to renew/ replace infrastructure Replace about 3 miles of water pipe per year 40 Replace/renovate about 35 CIP 1998-2026 30 25 2 miles of sewer pipe $M 20 15 10 per year 5 0
    92. 92. Service Availability (Capacity) Fees*(October 2011) Type Water Sewer Total Single family home $1,895 $3,499 $5,394 (1,701-2,400 ft2) 1” meter non-residential $8,973 $15,303 $24,276 1 ½” meter non-residential $17,945 $30,605 $48,550 2” meter non-residential $28, 712 $48,968 $77,680 3” meter non-residential $57,424 $97,936 $155,360 * does not include installation charge
    93. 93. www.owasa.org 919-968-4421 Todd Spencer, P.E.Systems Development Engineering Manager tspencer@owasa.org 919-537-4244
    94. 94. Infrastructure: Cell Service Rajeev Sood AT&T
    95. 95. Carolinas Wireless Network1Q 2011 UpdateAT&T Proprietary and Confidential. Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. All future activity depicted in this presentation is being provided forinformational purposes only and is subject to change by AT&T without further notice. This document is not an offer, commitment, representation or warranty by AT&T that the above, forward-lookingactivity will be undertaken by AT&T.2011 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.
    96. 96. AT&T Proprietary and Confidential. Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. All future activity depicted in this presentation is being provided forinformational purposes only and is subject to change by AT&T without further notice. This document is not an offer, commitment, representation or warranty by AT&T that the above, forward-lookingactivity will be undertaken by AT&T.2011 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.
    97. 97. Coverage Map < Carolinas > Before (March 2010) After (March 2011) 2G Coverage 3G Coverage
    98. 98. Coverage Map < Carolinas > Before (March 2010) After (March 2011) 2G Coverage 3G Coverage
    99. 99. 2011 Plans Planning to build 45 new sites Expanding Mobile Broadband footprint over 489 existing 2G-only sites Adding 517 additional carriers to increase 3G capacity Adding additional RNCs of capacity for new carriers and 3G footprint growth Deploying backhaul to support faster speed10 8
    100. 100. Infrastructure: Broadband Mark Eagle Time Warner Cable
    101. 101. Orange County Development Briefing Time Warner Services Mark Eagle Director Business Class Engineering September 20, 2011
    102. 102. Time Warner Network Internet Traffic Exit PointInternet Traffic Exit Point Map Key - Regional Data Center (RDC) - Key Cities around the Regional Fiber Ring - Regional ROADM Fiber Ring 111 111
    103. 103. Orange County Service Area 112
    104. 104. Ethernet Access Solutions ( from MEF ) website Ethernet Ethernet CWDM Fiber HFC Carrier Direct Fiber Ethernet MSO SONET/ SDH Ethernet User to Network Interface (UNI) Ethernet Network to Network Interface (NNI) Ethernet EPON Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet 113
    105. 105. Residential Service Offered by Time Warner 114
    106. 106. Business Class Services Offered by Time Warner Metro Ethernet Transport  EPL – Ethernet Private Line  EVPL – Ethernet Virtual Private Line  ELAN – Ethernet Local/Wide Area Networks Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) Primary Rate Interface (PRI) PBX Phone Service Multi-Line Phone Service TDM Transport Services (T1, DS3, OCx Services) Wavelength Transport Services (2.5, 10 Gig…) Wireless Broadband Managed Security/Firewall UNI CE Managed Data Storage CE UNI Managed Networks UNI Commercial Video Transport (NTSC, ASI, SDI) CE 115
    107. 107. Campaign for Jobs & Schools Aaron NelsonChapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber
    108. 108. http://www.youtube.com/chocvb#p/a/u/0/YxBYznMD5vc
    109. 109. What is the ¼ Cent Sales Tax? An effort to raise $2.5 million in revenue per year for ten years Sales Tax Revenue Capital Needs for Schools 50% 50% Economic Development
    110. 110. Business Collateral Collaborative Investment Materials Outreach Grants 1.5% 1.5% 8% Innovation Center 9% Agricultural EconomicDevelopment 10% Debt Service on Infrastructure 60% Small Business Loan Fund 10% Uses of Economic Development Portion
    111. 111. The Potential – Buckhorn EDD
    112. 112. The Potential – Buckhorn EDD
    113. 113. The Potential – Buckhorn EDD
    114. 114. The Potential – Buckhorn EDD
    115. 115. Important Dates and Locations• Early Voting Begins October 20th - Orange County Board of Elections - Carrboro Town Hall - University Square, Suite 133-G - Seymour Senior Center• Election Day: November 8th
    116. 116. Get Involved in the CampaignFor more Like the Campaign on information, visit Facebook: online: facebook.com/jobsandschools Follow the Campaign on Twitter: co.orange.nc.us/salestax/ twitter.com/jobsandschools
    117. 117. Thanks again to our sponsors.
    118. 118. Presenting Sponsor
    119. 119. Breakfast Sponsor
    120. 120. Bronze Sponsors
    121. 121. 2011 Annual Community Champions
    122. 122. 2011 Annual Platinum Sponsors
    123. 123. 2011 Annual Gold Sponsors
    124. 124. 2011 Annual Master Gold Sponsors

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