Cary Town Council: 2/9/17

Cary, NC – The Cary Town Council had one of their shortest regular meetings this week as they passed two items without any town residents speaking or asking questions. Read more

Harold’s Blog: State of Cary, Legislative Meeting and More

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

Education: Bill Fletcher February 2017 Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for February 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Lori’s Blog: 2017 Council Retreat

Cary, NC – Since I’ve been on Council and for a number of years before that, the Cary Town Council and Town Staff have taken a few days every year to pause and plan for the upcoming year. It’s especially helpful for us to truly step back and away from our day-to-day activities (literally and figuratively) for this extended period of concentrated discussion, dialogue, and strategic thinking about our plan for  the future and to deep dive on a number of specific issues. Read more

Don’s Blog: 2017 Town of Cary Council/Staff Retreat

Cary, NC – This past weekend the council traveled to Wrightsville Beach for our annual council/staff retreat. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Town Council Retreat, State of Cary and More

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

Cary Mayor Talks Growth and Challenges

Cary, NC – Just as every elected leader gives a yearly assessment of their community, Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht gave his State of the Town address on Wednesday to the Cary Chamber of Commerce. While optimistic, he laid out the challenges that will undo the Cary way of life if not acted upon now. Read more

Cary Town Council: 1/24/17

Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw the culmination of seven years of work as council voted to approve the Cary Community Plan, as well as other votes on Lazy Daze, vehicle fees and more. Read more

Harold’s Blog: New Business, Expo Opening and More

Cary, NC – This week consisted of a few meetings and a ceremony. Read more

Study Names Cary One of State’s Safest Towns

Cary, NC – Cary’s role as a safe place to live is well established to the people who live here. But now, its safety has been settled by a new study that crunches the numbers on crime in North Carolina, putting Cary as one of the safest. Read more