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Technology: Reducing Your Cary Water Bill

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Cary, NC — The Town of Cary has teamed up with SAS Institute and Aquastar technology to help Cary residents monitor their water usage and keep bills low.

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Learn About Drinking Water Issues at Forum

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Cary, NC — Are you concerned about the quality of the drinking water in Wake County? Wake UP Wake is hosting a forum on June 18. 2014 to foster discussion surrounding issues that can affect the water we drink. Read more

Lori Bush: Deep Dive Into Aquastar

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Story by Lori Bush. Republished from her blog. Lead photo by Steven Depolo. Other pictures from Town of Cary. 

Cary, NC – One of the truly innovative and cost-saving projects that I’ve been privileged to learn about since I joined Town Council is Aquastar. Read more

Editorial: Just Say No to Fracking in Cary

Editorial by Hal Goodtree. Map from Southern Environmental Law Center.

Cary, NC – Fracking has the potential to make North Carolina a net energy exporter. But serious concerns exist about contamination of water supplies. Until those concerns are laid to rest, Cary needs to ban fracking within our town limits. Read more

Environment: Aerating Jordan Lake

Story from staff reports. Photo by Julie Roland.

Cary, NC – By almost any measure, Cary is in an enviable position when it comes to water. Unliek many municipalities across the Triangle and around the country, we have a large, clean and dependable water supply in Jordan Lake.

Now, plans are afoot to study a new system to aerate parts of the lake and improve its overall health. Read more

Cary Church Sends Poly Water Tanks to Uganda

Cary, NC – The Children’s Liturgy Group at St. Michael’s Church in Cary (services are held at Green Hope High School) are raising money once again for water harvesting equipment in Mityana, Uganda. Read more

Environment: Brothers Ride for Clean Water

Brothers Ben and Ron Somerville ride motorbikes for clean water

Guest columnist Liza Weidle.

Cary, NC- On May 16, two brothers – Ben and Rob Somerville – will set out from Cary on a 3-month motorcycle trip to raise awareness for the world water crisis. Their mission is to raise $1 dollar per mile for each rider. This means every mile they travel makes a difference. Read more