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Harold Weinbrecht

Harold’s Blog: Town Council Retreat and Reports

Cary, NC – This week the focus was on the council/staff working retreat. Other than that there wasn’t much going on. Read more

Education: Bill Fletcher 2018 February Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for February 2018 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education. Read more

Harold Weinbrecht

Harold’s Blog: West Cary Parks, Quasi-Judicial Meeting and More

Cary, NC – This was a busy week through Thursday. Read more

How Cary Negotiates for Amazon HQ2

Editor’s Note: An earlier draft of this article mistakenly listed locations in Cary that could potentially fit the HQ2 requirements as locations offered in a submission to Amazon. Cary has not submitted any locations or sites to Amazon.

Cary, NC – 2018 started with news that the Triangle area, including Cary, made the final cut for Amazon’s second headquarters. As part of those negotiations, Cary has tried to put its best foot forward, both in what the town has to offer and what incentives it can bring. Read more

Cary Parks

First Look at Early Cary Park Plans

Cary, NC – In West Cary, the town is taking up an unusual plan by building two parks at once. At the first design information meeting, residents got to see the first ideas for both parks and give their thoughts and input as well. Read more

Fenton

Don’s Blog: Fenton

Cary, NC – At our last council meeting the council unanimously approved Fenton, a signature mixed-use project which will be located along Cary Town Blvd. across the street from the future IKEA and Cary Town Center Mall. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Fenton Vote, State of Cary, Firefighters Fundraiser and More

Cary, NC – This was a busy and eventful week.  Read more

Cary Town Council

Cary Town Council: Fenton Approved, Maynard Rezoning and More

Cary, NC – The Cary Town Council approved rezoning for the largest development in town history at their latest meeting, as well as votes on infrastructure and two rezoning Public Hearings. Read more

Cary Entering Transformative Period, Says Mayor in Annual Address

Cary, NC – If 2017 was the year the Town of Cary voted to approve the Cary Community Plan, then 2018 is the year residents see that plan make an impact. This was the theme of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht’s annual State of the Town address as he said Cary is entering a transformative period. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Winter Storm, Amazon HQ2 and More

Cary, NC – This week was abbreviated by the winter storm. Read more