Monday night I met with Morrisville Mayor Holcombe and two of the organizers of a free health fair in June for Morrisville and Cary residents. We brainstormed on several ways to get the word out.
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From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through March 6, 2011. Photo by Karl Fisher.
We all stayed around and answered questions after the meeting. Once again the focus of the comments seemed to be on the Grove apartments. It is my understanding that the Grove is preparing to join project Phoenix which would require them to have a zero tolerance on crime among other things.
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through February 20, 2011. The Flu This was one of the toughest weeks I have had as mayor. It started in Washington and ended with me in bed with the flu Saturday night. In addition to my intense visit to Washington, there were tough […]
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through February 13, 2011. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Business Meetings This week was busy with two Chatham County meetings, a join meeting in Morrisville, and a council meeting.
The best question of the day was one I couldn’t answer: “If you get thrown in jail how can someone get you out of being mayor?”
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.
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.