The Mayor has a busy week with the State of the Town address to the Cary Chamber, a Wake Board of Ed Meeting, a vote on Tryon Road development and much more.
About Harold Weinbrecht
Harold Weinbrecht has been Mayor of Cary since 2007.
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I can unequivocally say that all [Wake County] mayors want our schools to be accredited.
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through January 16, 2011. This was a busy week which was highlighted by a short council meeting and the staff/council retreat.
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through January 9, 2011. Wastewater, Chatham County and Red Light Cameras On Tuesday I met with the town manager to go over current issues. We discussed the Western Wake Regional Wastewater Management Facilities, the new Chatham County commissioners, and red light cameras.
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through December 26, 2010. SAS Photo by Hal Goodtree. This week was a week to start slowing down and enjoying the holidays. The big items of the week included the Mayors Association Dinner, an announcement by SAS and the governor, and the taping of […]
This week was the last busy week of the year. The week included a work session and a marathon council meeting.
Thursday I, along with the town manager, met with David King of Triangle Transit. He wants to start holding weekly meetings to focus on the transit needs of the communities in Wake County. To be more specific to Cary, he would want to know what it would take for the majority of Cary citizens to support a transit plan for the region.
In closing, I would like to leave you with a quote from Robert Strauss that goes: “Success is little like wrestling a gorilla. You don’t stop when you get tired – you stop when the gorilla gets tired.”
“Those were difficult times – coping with the influx of people moving into Cary. We really had to get our act together.” – from the notebook of Fred Bond.
What does the Opt Out mean for Cary? All projects have a time limit once they are approved to ensure they are built and meet current code or at least “newer” code. By giving projects more time there is a potential that they will not meet current code.