Cary, NC – This was my first week back after a week of vacation. Read more
Cary, NC — The Cary Town Council made two actions of approval in last night’s meeting, one to appropriate an additional $15 million in funding to complete the Downtown Park and the other to “allocate” a police canine named Brackeen to Holly Springs as his handler in Cary is retiring.
What ended up taking up the most discussion time was a contentious rezoning amendment request in the Wellington Park area that has spurred over 300 signatures in a petition against it.
Cary, NC — Since the Town Council had not met in a public, televised meeting in a full month, there was much to discuss in the most recent one, held on Thursday, May 27.
Topics included the appointment of a new Town Attorney, the official adoption of Juneteeth as a Town Holiday and several proposed developments.
The vote of the night that was not unanimous was the vote which approved, 5-2, the Twin Lakes proposed which will allow apartments to be built on land initially zoned for retail and office space.
Cary, NC — This week I met an out-of-state Governor.
Cary, NC — This week included a quarterly meeting.
Cary, NC — The following opinion piece was written by Wake County Commissioner, Maria Cervania.
Cary, NC — This was a much slower week than previous weeks.
Cary, NC — This was a busy week for me with meetings, presentations, and interviews.
Cary, NC — This week included several meetings.
Cary, NC — The meeting’s two main points of discussion, whether planned or coincidental to be announced on Earth Day, had to do with environmental programs and funding.