Cary, NC — In last night’s meeting, the Cary Town Council held 3 annexation public hearings and unanimously passed a resolution to accept Glenpark Place, a private townhome street for maintenance as a Cary street.
Cary, NC — The March 25, 2021 meeting of the Cary Town Council, while lasting nearly 3 hours, did not include any major votes.
Cary, NC — Last night the Cary Town Council approved their 2021-2022 legislative agenda, heard one public hearing and tabled a decision on the Carpenter Fire Station PDD Rezoning.
Cary, NC — If you blinked or briefly lost internet during last night’s virtual broadcast of the Cary Town Council meeting, you may have missed it. If so, here’s a recap.
Cary, NC — In last night’s Cary Town Council meeting, the discussion focused on a rezoning request and correcting misinformation tied to it.
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.
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.
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.
Cary, NC — Last night, in the only October meeting of the Cary Town Council, a new Senior Advisory Board was established and Cary’s Chief Finance Officer gave a glowing report.
Cary, NC — This week’s activities were mostly related to the last regularly scheduled council meeting of the month.