Cary Town Council: Electric Sanitation Truck, Sesquicentennial Plans and More

Cary, NC — In the first council meeting of the new year, the council accepted $252,375 in grant funds to acquire Cary’s first all-electric sanitation truck, heard three public hearings and discussed Cary’s plans for the sesquicentennial.

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$57 Million Downtown Corridor Coming to Morrisville

Cary, NC — After years of significant growth, the Town of Morrisville has set its sights on creating its own true downtown area.

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Harold’s Blog: Epic Games at Cary Towne Center, Economic Forecast, U.S. Capitol Assault and More

Cary, NC — It has been a few weeks since I posted, and a lot has happened.

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Economist Predicts Optimistic 2021 Forecast

Cary, NC — This morning, renowned economist and Reynolds Distinguished Professor, Dr. Michael Walden presented his economic forecast for 2021 to hundreds of Cary Chamber members virtually.

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Cary Town Council Ends 2020 with Positive Economic Update

Cary, NC — With upward-trending sales tax revenues and $2.7 million in additional CARES Act reimbursements up for grabs in January, the Town of Cary’s financial position is solid, according to Town CFO Karen Mills.

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Harold’s Blog: COVID Surge, Quarterly Meeting, Pop-Up Art and More

Cary, NC — This week included the last quarterly meeting of the year.

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Harold’s Blog: Council Meeting, Veterans Day, Fenton and More

Cary, NC — This week was a holiday week that included staff meetings and a regularly scheduled council meeting.

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Cary Town Council: 2020 Hometown Spirit Award, Recognitions and Rezonings

Cary, NC — The majority of last night’s town council meeting was spent discussing two rezoning requests that both seek to bring more housing to Cary. But first, a few sweet moments were had at the start of the meeting.

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Harold’s Blog: Election Week, Leaf Pick-Up and More

Cary, NC — Since this was election week my only meetings were with staff.

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Local Election Results for NC & Wake County Races

Cary, NC — While the states continue to turn blue and red in the race for the next President of the United States, the results have come in for local races including Wake County boards, the NC General Assembly and the race for Governor.

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