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Education: Bill Fletcher 2017 August Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for August 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Town Council Meeting, Indian Independence Day and More

Cary, NC – This week’s activities included a chamber event and a council meeting. Read more

Op-Ed: Move Over Cars, Pedestrians Need to Take Back Cary’s Streets

Sarah Wotus, a Cary resident and current student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Biostatistics with special interests in Environmental Studies and City Planning, contributed to this op-ed.

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary is revitalizing. By including a variety of stores, entertainment, and living options in the area, it is becoming the community center every town needs. Seeing the popularity of the Downtown Park, city planners are ecstatic for the future. Planners have one part of the design completely wrong though – cars. Cary needs to embrace a future where its residents are not attached to the vehicles currently in their driveways, and there is no better time than now. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Transportation Update, Town Council Meeting and More

Cary, NC – This week was much busier than the last couple of weeks.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary Chamber Retreat, North Carolina FC and More

Cary, NC – This was a light week with the exception of attending the Cary Chamber’s annual retreat. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Wegmans, Legislature Summary and More

Cary, NC – This week was a light week with the exception of the quasi-judicial hearing. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Cary is a Smart City

Cary, NC – I was honored to be asked to join Mayor Nancy McFarlane (Raleigh), Mayor Pam Hemminger (Chapel Hill) and City Manager Tom Bonfield (Durham) for a panel at the Triangle Smart Cities Summit last month. Read more

Harold’s Blog: NW Cary Resurfacing, Cuban Baseball Team and More

Cary, NC – This was a very slow week in the mayor’s office.
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Harold’s Blog: Baseball in Cary, Walter Hines Page and More

Cary, NC – This week was much slower than previous weeks as things finally slow down a little for the summer.  Read more

Don’s Blog: FY18 Budget, Downtown Park Phase 1 Dedication and Reedy Creek Road Widening

Cary, NC – At our meeting this past Thursday the council approved the fiscal year 2018 Budget. The budget totals roughly $311 million with $242 million for operations and $68 million for capital projects. The FY18 budget is 2.9% LESS than the FY17 budget. Read more