The funniest political question I ever got – while speaking to 3rd graders I had a kid ask me, “What is the difference between a Republican and Democrat?”
About Don Frantz
Don Frantz has been a member of Town Council representing District B since 2007.
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Thank you Cary District B voters for your faith and trust in me to continue to serve as your representative for another term! I am forever grateful and humbled by the level of support we received throughout our campaign and on Election Day.
The council held a worksession this past Tuesday to discuss the building footprint and parking considerations for the new downtown Cary library.
The council has a number of key responsibilities – none more important than the town’s budget. Nor does any one responsibility require more focus, time and effort than the annual budget process.
As you have probably heard by now, Cary Town Manager Ben Shivar informed us that he had made the decision to retire at the end of September.
The council held a worksession on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 to discuss a number of items including a proposed increase to Cary’s Transportation Development Fees (TDFs), Land Development Ordinance Text Amendments and updates to the town’s Building Design Standards.
At a council retreat in 2010, the council unanimously selected a site adjacent to the new downtown park as the location for the new downtown Cary Library.
I am no longer a registered Republican. I am now a member of the fastest growing political party in the nation – unaffiliated.
The 2015 Cary Town Council and Staff Retreat was held in Charlotte this past weekend and, I have to say, this was probably one of the best – if not the best – retreats I have ever participated in.
The Wake County Transit Advisory Committee met again in Raleigh on Tuesday. The meeting was similar to our previous one where we worked to design a transit system in a fictitious city, only this time we focused on Wake County.