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Don’s Blog: The Downtown Cary Library

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At a council retreat in 2010, the council unanimously selected a site adjacent to the new downtown park as the location for the new downtown Cary Library.…

Don’s Blog: Breaking Up is Hard To Do

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I am no longer a registered Republican. I am now a member of the fastest growing political party in the nation – unaffiliated.…

Don’s Blog: 2015 Weekend Retreat Updates

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The 2015 Cary Town Council and Staff Retreat was held in Charlotte this past weekend and, I have to say, this was probably one of the best - if not the best - retreats I have ever participated in.…

Don’s Blog: Transit Meeting #2 and Other Items

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The Wake County Transit Advisory Committee met again in Raleigh on Tuesday. The meeting was similar to our previous one where we worked to design a transit system in a fictitious city, only this time we focused on Wake County.…

Don’s Blog: Transit and a Worksession

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Improved bus service makes sense. It utilizes existing infrastructure. It is far more cost effective than rail service and, unlike rail, routes can be adjusted or moved based on demand. Once the rail tracks are down that’s it – you ain't moving them.…

Don’s Blog: Because Gale

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Well, unless you happen to be the post office or an advertising agency, you have to be glad the elections are over. …

Don’s Blog: Back at It

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Cary, NC — I want to thank all of you who have reached out to check on me as I deal with my back issues. It really means a lot to me.…

Don’s Blog: Racing Through the Summer

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Cary, NC — Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. To say life has been busy would be a huge understatement – but I’m enjoying the ride!….especially in the race car! I did, however, want to check in on a few noteworthy items that have occurred over the last couple…

Don’s Blog: Loans, Taxes and Budgets oh My!

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After a number of council staff work sessions and an unprecedented amount of citizen input the council approved the Town of Cary’s FY2015 budget.…

Don’s Blog: Veterans Freedom Park Dedication

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On May 21, 2014, the vision finally became reality with the opening of the Veterans Freedom Park in Cary and the dedication of the 90 foot tall monument.…

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