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 of months that ya’ll may have heard about. Read more
Cary, NC — 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. Read more
Cary, NC — Thirteen years ago, Jim and Anne Goodnight of SAS Institute and members of the National Veterans Freedom Park Foundation (NVFPF) had a vision for a memorial park in Cary to honor the service and sacrifices of our nation’s veterans both past and present and to serve as a permanent reminder of the freedoms they gave so much to protect. Read more
Cary, NC — If you haven’t heard the sad news, Cary Town Clerk Sue Rowland is retiring. I know, how dare she right? Read more
Cary, NC — Long time no hear from eh? C’mon….admit it. You know you missed my blog posts 😉 Read more
Cary, NC – At our latest Imagine Cary work session, consultants presented 12 Vision and Value Statements drafted by the Committee for the Future for council review prior to being “tested” by the community via a mind-mixer website. The 12 Vision and Values statements spoke to the following topics: Read more
From the blog of Don Frantz, member of Cary Town Council representing District B.
Cary, NC – The council held a worksession this past Tuesday to discuss the downtown park and Academy Street improvements.
I am pleased to report that a majority of council endorsed much of the 2009 plan as shown below. Read more
Story and pictures from the blog of Don Frantz, Cary Town Council Member for District B . Lead photo by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – For over a decade now the town has planned for a destination park in Cary’s downtown. While I appreciate the charette team’s efforts to take one last look at this site, after reviewing previous plans and community input it is clear that we got it right the first time – a large central park in Cary’s downtown. Read more