Monday started with my weekly town manager one-on-one meeting. We talked about a variety of topics including having an additional neighborhood meeting to hear concerns from the residents near the Penny Road Kildaire Farm Road gas station proposal. We also talked about an issue with some faulty town’s water meters in town. The cost and replacement of those meters will be covered by the manufacturer. The Green Level Church Road widening was also discussed. NCDOT would like to do the entire set of improvements rather than the ones they have planned. So we will probably enter this as a LAPP (locally administered project program) project. Other topics included the upcoming Cary/Morrisville joint meeting, an update Fenton development agreement process, the Glenaire rezoning proposal, and the approved gas station near Weldon Ridge School sites which is upsetting citizens.
About Harold Weinbrecht
Harold Weinbrecht has been Mayor of Cary since 2007.
Entries by Harold Weinbrecht
In the latest blog post from Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, he talks about the Kay Struffolino Park dedication, talks with the applicants for the Kildaire Farm gas station, the Cary Chamber Youth Leadership Program and more.
This was a busy week for me.
This week was very rare in that I had very little scheduled.
This week the focus was on the council/staff working retreat. Other than that there wasn’t much going on.
This was a busy week through Thursday.
This was a busy and eventful week.
This week was abbreviated by the winter storm.
This was the first full week of the year.
This was the second consecutive holiday week and the first week of the new year.