Harold’s Blog: Unity Walk, Budget and Pipeline Update

Cary, NC — This week included a birthday, the final budget proposal, and a unity walk in Cary.

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Don Frantz Shares the “Cary Way” of Training Police

Cary, NC — On Saturday, May 30, peaceful protests related to the death of George Floyd turned violent in downtown Raleigh. Following the protests, Cary’s Mayor Pro Tem, Don Frantz shared the role of the Cary Police that night online as well as a detailed look into Cary’s police training procedures designed to prevent a similar tragedy in our community.

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Samaritan’s Corner: Drink Truth, Don’t Water it Down

Cary, NC — Welcome to Samaritan’s Corner. Let’s talk.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary Responds to the Death of George Floyd

Cary, NC — This was a holiday week which meant limited mayoral duties.

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Harold’s Blog: Week 10 of Closures, Virtual Meetings and COVID Updates

Cary, NC — This week was a typical week for being in a State of Emergency.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary EMS Merger, NCDOT Suspension, Tax Rate and More

Cary, NC — This week was a slow week. We continue in a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 which means that all my ceremonial events are canceled.

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Bill Fletcher: Challenges of Reopening Schools

Cary, NC — Bill Fletcher of the Wake County Board of Education shares the many questions that face the Wake County Public School System before reopenning and how Wake County parents can help find the answers.

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Harold’s Blog: A Week of Meetings, Repairs and Reopenings

Cary, NC — This week the council held its first business meeting in almost two months. Since we are still in a State of Emergency, some council members participated remotely.

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Ashley’s Journal: Birds in my Backyard

Cary, NC — Someone recently asked me, “What is something that was always there before the pandemic that you didn’t notice until staying home?” After a moment of thought, I answered “the birds.”

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Money Matters: 5 Common Investment Mistakes

Cary, NC — Only about 17% of American workers say they are “very confident” they will have enough money to live comfortably throughout retirement.

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