This week was a busy week that seemed to be dominated by food and receptions. It also included a redistricting work session, a council meeting, and a few private meetings. It was a tiring week with a lot of long nights.
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Harold Weinbrecht has been Mayor of Cary since 2007.
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Another busy week for Cary’s Mayor, with comments about red light cameras and billboards, permitting, transportation, downtown Cary and more.
It was a packed week for Cary’s Mayor, with comments about greenways, taxes, the Bowden case and Saturday’s tornado.
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through April 10, 2011. Photo by Torrey Wiley. This week was a vacation week. Despite that I still had one activity and answered emails.
Another email this week was an answer to an inquiry about the town’s red light cameras. Here are some of the questions and answers.
One interesting comment he made to me that I totally agree with is that Cary citizens and business owners need to start speaking only of Cary in the positive. Amen! We should all be cheerleaders of Cary especially since we all stand to benefit from Cary’s success.
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through March 20, 2011. Photo by Hal Goodtree. This week was another slow week which allowed me to catch up on work at my paying job.
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.
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.