Harold’s Blog: Trains and Trees

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through December 4, 2011. Photo of Old Time Winter Festival by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – This week’s activities were comprised mostly of meetings and events. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Mayors Meet, Police Pledges, Giving Thanks, Cary’s Low Costs

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through November 27, 2011. 

Cary, NC – This week was a holiday week so there were just a few events and meetings. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Transportation, Recognition, Downtown and Cats

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through November 20, 2011. Photo by Angela & Andrew.

Cary, NC – This week was a busy one. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Cell Phone Towers

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through November 6, 2011. Photo by Jared Eberhardt.

Cary, NC – It was a relatively slow week for me as mayor. It included meetings, a ribbon cutting, a work session, and a charity event.

Monday was Halloween and there were no meetings and hardly any trick-or-treaters. I guess it was the bad weather that kept them away. Read more

Harold’s Blog: The Future of Our Parks

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through October 30, 2011. Photo of Heater Park by Zach Hayes.

Cary, NC – This week was another busy week as mayor. It included a work session on the future of parks, a taping of Cary Matters, and a short council meeting. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Life After the Election

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through October 23, 2011. Photo by BWohack.

Cary, NC – This week was my first full week as mayor without campaigning in several months. It was nice to turn all my attention to mayoral duties. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Thoughts and Reflections That Might Not be Relevant To My Service As Mayor

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through October 16, 2011. 

Cary, NC – This was a big week for me with Election Day on Tuesday.

WARNING: This post, unlike previous posts, will contain thoughts and reflections that might not be relevant to my service as mayor. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Cary Depot, Eid, Church and a Run

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through October 9, 2011. In compliance with North Carolina election law, CaryCitizen has edited Harold’s Blog this week if necessary to omit any campaign-related references. You can read Harold’s Blog in its complete form at http://haroldweinbrecht.com.

Monday at the Depot

Monday started with the grand re-opening of the Cary Depot.

I was honored to give remarks along with Joseph Szabo, of the Federal Railroad Administration, and Paul Morris, the Deputy Secretary for Transit at NCDOT.

This was a $2.2 million dollar project Read more

Harold’s Blog: The Scoop on the Farmer’s Markets and More

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through October 2, 2011. In compliance with North Carolina election law, CaryCitizen has edited Harold’s Blog this week if necessary to omit any campaign-related references. You can read Harold’s Blog in its complete form at http://haroldweinbrecht.com. Photo by Suzie Wolf.

Cary, NC – This week was probably the busiest week since I have been in office. It included a council meeting, three forums, participating in the SAS Championship and a few speaking engagements. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Cary’s Irish Sister City: “Twinning”

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through September 25, 2011. In compliance with North Carolina election law, CaryCitizen has edited Harold’s Blog this week if necessary to omit any campaign-related references. You can read Harold’s Blog in its complete form at http://haroldweinbrecht.com. Pictured above, The River Boyne just outside Trim in County Meath, Ireland. Photo from WikiMedia.

Cary, NC – This week was spent in County Meath, Ireland which is a sister city of Cary. I was part of a delegation of 18 that traveled from Cary to participate in several meetings and events and to enjoy their hospitality. Read more