Cary, NC – This month, there were several pieces of news about major plans for new businesses, including a second Hobby Lobby, the redevelopment of the Morrisville Outlet Mall into an office campus, the Wake Competition Center opening its first facilities and several new restaurants announcing their arrival. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was much busier than last week with intergovernmental meetings and events.
Monday – Mayors Association
Monday I contacted council members about any questions or concerns they may have had about Thursday’s upcoming agenda. The agenda was fairly straight forward so there were no questions. However, more than one council member expressed concerns about the number of apartment proposals we are getting. Later in the day I met with staff to go over the agenda. After the agenda meeting, I met with the town manager for my weekly one-on-one. We discussed several topics including the mall proposal and the potential community center that could go on the site.
Cary, NC – This week’s Cary Town Council meeting saw the presentation of the 2019 Hometown Spirit Award, as well as a Public Hearing on a proposal to rezone land off of Green Level Church Road for townhomes and a vote to appropriate money for the Downtown Cary Park. Read more
Cary, NC – Thanksgiving is one of the biggest travel days of the year, which typically means more demand for gasoline. This year, with a mix of seasonal and market factors, prices have dropped drastically right before the holiday. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was a slow week due to the holiday.
Monday – Veterans Day
Monday was Veteran’s Day which included a program at the Veteran’s Memorial in Cary. Veterans and their families have given so much to protect our freedom and keep us safe. If you see a veteran, please thank them for their service.
Cary, NC – The most recent FBI Uniform Crime Report data shows crime in Cary has dropped, both in terms of total crimes committed and per capita. Read more
Morrisville, NC – The Pugh House is arguably the premier historic property in all of Morrisville, and after an exterior renovation last year, the decision now falls to Town Council of what to do with this nearly 150-year-old house. Read more