Cary, NC – Cary’s newest fire station is currently under construction on Walnut Street, relocating from SE Maynard Road, and weather permitting, plans are for the station to open early next year. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was relatively short in comparison to typical weeks this time of year.
Monday – Planning for the Week
Monday I called council members to hear of concerns or questions they may have had about the upcoming council meeting on Thursday. Since the discussion part of that meeting was quasi-judicial I was not allowed to discuss those topics with council members. Read more
Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw extensive discussion on a mini-storage unit during a Quasi-Judicial hearing, as well as a Public Hearing on parking for an office on Weston Parkway and more. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was much slower with just a few activities.
Tuesday – Chinese Business Association
Tuesday I attended the North Carolina Chinese Business Association annual reception at the Governor’s mansion. I estimate that there were about two hundred in attendance. After arriving I talked with several business owners and professors. At 6 PM the emcee, Renee Chou from WRAL, started introducing the speakers. The speakers included the Governor, Secretary of State, two North Carolina Senators, and many Chinese business leaders. Read more
Cary, NC – This was a busy week for me.
Monday – Wake Mayors
Monday I participated in a meeting of the Wake County Mayors Association. Eight of the twelve mayors were in attendance. Absent were the mayors of Apex, Morrisville, Knightdale, and Wendell. One topic discussed was the legislation that now requires municipalities to pay for road improvements around schools. In addition, municipalities are not allowed consider the road’s level of service as part of their decision. Read more
Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw long discussion and public input on proposed changes to the GoCary routes and a rezoning case in West Cary to change land zoned for a school and housing. There was also funding passed for several new sidewalks in town as well as recognition for a long-time Cary staff member. Read more
Cary, NC – In Harold Weinbrecht’s 12th year as Cary’s mayor, he sees the town’s future as positive with solutions promised to some of Cary’s most pressing problems in his latest State of the Town address. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was a little lighter than expected due to a couple of cancelled meetings.
Monday – State Legislature Reception
Monday, council members and staff held a reception for the Cary delegation of the North Carolina legislature. Legislative attendees included Gale Adcock, Cynthia Ball, Julie von Haefen, Allison Dahle, Wiley Nickle, Robert Reives, Sydney Batch, and Jay Chaudhuri. Also in attendance were our legislative lobbyists. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was the first week with a normal schedule in quite a while.
Monday – Preparing for the Week
On Monday I contacted each council member to hear about concerns and questions they had with the upcoming council meeting agenda. One council member wanted the project for Habitat for Humanity on Tremble Avenue property to be pulled from consent so that the benefits of the flooding controls could be presented in public. Other council members made comments on a proposed office building on Green Level West. Council members also made comments about the Green Level West Road and Pine Rail project that included 75 townhomes. Read more
Cary, NC – The first Cary Town Council meeting of 2019 saw extensive discussion over a proposed office rezoning adjacent to a neighborhood, as well as votes on rezoning land in West Cary, expanding 911 services and more. Read more