Cary, NC — This was a holiday week but was busy none-the-less.
Cary, NC – This week’s activities were shortened due to illness earlier in the week. My first activity was on Wednesday.
Cary, NC — Welcome to our new series where I get to toss my journalistic rules and rituals to the wayside and just speak directly to you, the CaryCitizen readers. There are a couple of things that I hope to accomplish through this series for both myself and for you.
Cary, NC — This was my first busy week of the year. Read more
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Cary, NC — This is my first post in two weeks due to the holiday break. Most of that time was spent gathering information for my State of Cary address which I will deliver for the first time in late January. Read more
Cary, NC – There were only a few activities this week as things wind down for the holidays.
Monday – Mayors Association
Monday I joined council members Smith, Yerha, and Liu as well as several Cary staff members at the Mayors Association holiday dinner in Wake Forest. All participants paid their way except the mayors whose dinner was included in their annual dues. There were about 150 people in attendance.
Editor’s Note: Briant Sikorski from Stratos Wealth Partners in Cary contributed this article.
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Cary, NC – This week was eventful and busy.
Monday’s meetings were moved to Tuesday so that I could attend a big event for my wife.
Tuesday – Preparing for Council Change
Tuesday I contacted council members to hear of concerns or questions about Thursday’s agenda. There were some concerns about the Ivey-Ellington house in the Developer agreement for the Harrison Avenue and Chatham proposal. Later in the day I met with managers and directors to go over the agenda. We talked about the sequence of events for the oaths and the business meeting. I believed at the time the meeting would last until 9:30.