Cary, NC — In a meeting that totaled 16 minutes, the Cary Town Council approved 6 consent agenda items and unanimously voted to move forward with a list of sidewalk improvements and joining FEMA’s Community Rating System.
Cary, NC — On Tuesday this week, the Cary Town Council met in front of about 100 residents and staff for their only meeting of November.
In the 2 and a half-hour meeting, the council hosted 3 public hearings, named the 2021 Hometown Spirit Award winner and approved the Cary Housing Plan unanimously.
Cary, NC — The Cary Town Council got together last Thursday to hold 5 public hearings and vote on 6 consent agenda items. Discussions of rezoning proposals and Public Speaks Out comments took up much of the 2 1/2 hour meeting. These are the highlights.
Cary, NC — Last Thursday, the Cary Town Council convened for back-to-back meetings.
The first was a work session at the Cary Police Department and the second was a regularly scheduled council meeting in the Town Hall Chambers.
Cary, NC — The two biggest moves from last Thursday’s Cary Town Council meeting were the approval of a 25.99-acre neighborhood and the unanimous denial of rezoning for a dentist’s office in Wellington Park.
Cary, NC — Last Thursday’s meeting of the Cary Town Council saw continued public opposition on a rezoning case in the Wellington Park neighborhood.
Cary, NC — On Thursday, July 22, 2021, the Cary Town Council convened in front of the public in their Town Hall Chambers for the first time in more than 500 days.
Cary, NC — Next week’s meeting of the Cary Town Council will be the first since February 2020 to allow members of the public to physically be in attendance.
Cary, NC — For a council that frequently passes requests and projects in unanimous fashion, the Thursday, June 24, 2021 meeting of the Cary Town Council was fairly abnormal with 2 split votes of 4-3 and 5-2.
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.