Education: Bill Fletcher March 2017 Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for March 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Cary Town Council: 3/9/17

Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw a number of infrastructure projects pass through council without any controversy. Read more

David Price Talks Health Care, Budget Cuts in Cary Town Hall

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary saw visitors from all around central North Carolina as U.S. Representative David Price held his fourth town hall of the year. Read more

More Info on Cary Towne Center Rezoning at Town Meeting

Cary, NC – The Cary development getting the most buzz lately is Cary Towne Center with talk in the air of IKEA opening their first store in Wake County there. To give residents an idea of what would change, the Town of Cary hosted a rezoning meeting for people to ask questions and learn more. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Economic Development, Reading with Students and More

Cary, NC – This week included more talks than anything else. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Which Waze?

Cary, NC – When was the last time you looked at a paper map to get somewhere? A long time ago, I know. I remember ordering the AAA TripTiks not so long ago – plotting the route we would take while on the road to a vacation. Ok, so now I feel old. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Town Council Meeting, Public Transit and More

Cary, NC – This week was a typical busy February week for me. Read more

Cary Town Council: 2/23/17

Cary, NC – Council chambers were packed as Cary residents showed up in droves to speak on a proposed rezoning in the Scottish Hills neighborhood. Also, there are big changes for non-consentual car tows and other items Town Council voted on. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Documentary Film Screening

Cary, NC – Last night I had the opportunity to see a thought provoking documentary by Zach Galifianakis called, “Democracy for Sale.”

Yeah, I know, you don’t think of Zach of The Hangover Movie fame as being the that kind of guy, but I have to say I was impressed.

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