Letters: Where’s the Respect?

To the Editor,

After attending the WCPSS BOE meeting on Tuesday, March 27th, I walk away more disturbed by the actions of some of those in attendance then any topic discussed during the meeting. Read more

Don’s Blog: To Bond, Or Not to Bond

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

Harold’s Blog: Area Codes, Trains and Traffic

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through March 18, 2012. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – This week was full of meetings and events with no rest for the weary. Read more

Harold’s Blog: A Lot of Late Nights

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through March 18, 2012. Photo courtesy of IBA.

Cary, NC – This was a busy week for me with a lot of events and a lot of late nights. Read more

Humorist: Knee Replacement Surgery

Cris Cohen is CaryCitizen’s Resident Humorist. Photo by Jamil Soni Neto.

Cary, NC – My mom recently got a new knee. I think the old one clashed with her drapes. It also wasn’t working very well anymore. It had become very unstable and gave her the kind of intense pain you would only expect after being shot with a nail gun. Read more

Lori Bush: My Take on the Biennial Survey

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

Harold’s Blog: Triple AAA Bond Rating and More

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through March 11, 2012. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – This week was a typical council meeting week for me made up mostly of meetings and events. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Schools, Development, Recyclebank and the Media

Story and photo by Harold Weinbrecht.

Cary, NC – This week was filled with meetings and school visits. Read more

Lori Bush: Davis & High House Projects Start Rolling

Story by Lori Bush, republished from LoriBush.org. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – The construction trucks are starting to roll at Davis Drive and High House, so get ready for some changes to occur.

Two projects are slated to begin this month at that intersection – at 2 of the 4 quadrants. Searstone is a project that has several components already started – the roads, lights, and trees have been down for quite some time.  You might also remember that Bradford was the controversial development that launched many citizens into action when it was proposed and finally approved in 2007. Read more

Lori Bush: Way to Wow Them!

Story by Lori Bush, republished from LoriBush.org.

Cary, NC – So many times we are focused on “what’s wrong” or “what needs to be fixed,” instead of celebrating great news, and great service. Well, I saw GREAT service last week provided by the Town of Cary Public Works department. Read more