From the blog of Lori Bush, At-Large member of Cary Town Council.
Cary, NC – As an elected official, it probably makes sense that I am passionate about democracy and public service. (Otherwise, I probably wouldn’t have run for office, right?)
Perhaps my early engagement learning about our government at Girl’s State is what sparked my pubic service interest. But it’s watching the process of government and seeing how few people vote, that fuels me today. As folks who know me well can tell you, I been an “active” participant in the electoral process – reminding my family, neighbors, friends and constituents about the importance of voting. Read more
From the blog of Don Frantz, Cary Town Council member representing District B. Photo of Town Hall by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – The last month been rough. I woke up one morning with excruciating pain in my neck. I couldn’t move, well I could, but that made the pain even worse. I went to the doctor to find out what was going on. He sent me for X-Rays – nothing. He then scheduled an MRI. Soon after that, I’m meeting with a neurosurgeon who’s asking me how soon he can get me on the operating table. Read more
Story from staff reports. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
Morrisville, NC – A public input session for Morrisville’s 2012 Bond Referendum will be held Thursday, April 19, 6:30 pm at Morrisville’s Town Hall, 100 Town Hall Drive. Read more
From the blog of Don Frantz. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
To Bond, or not to Bond?
At our council work session this past Tuesday, the council unanimously voted to present $80 million in transportation, parks and recreation and public safety bond referendums to the voters in the upcoming November elections. Some notable projects and their associated costs are as follows: Read more
From the blog of Lori Bush, used with permission. Lori is an At-Large representative on Cary Town Council
Cary, NC – They say the best way to find out what someone likes, or dislikes, is to ask them. And that’s what Cary does every other year. The latest Cary Biennial survey was presented to Town Council this week, and the results look pretty good. Read more