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Harold’s Blog: Fair Housing, Project Updates and More

Cary, NC — The only scheduled meetings I had this week were staff meetings which were canceled.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary’s Statement on RDU Quarry, Case Numbers and More

Cary, NC — This week included more activities than the previous two weeks.

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Town Council Prioritizes Green Space & Public Transit

Cary, NC — In their first meeting since June 25, the Cary Town Council heard the economic impacts of the pandemic on Cary, endorsed the creation of the Western Corridor for Wake Bus Rapid Transit and approved a permanent right-of-way closure.

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Harold’s Blog: Environmental Efforts & Citizen Emails

Cary, NC — It was another slow week with only two tele-meetings.

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Profile: Russ Overton, Deputy Town Manager

Cary, NC — His first day working for the Town was in 1998 as an entry-level engineer. Now, 22 years later, he keeps his finger on the pulse of all new development in Cary, serving as Deputy Town Manager and Chief Development Officer.

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Celebrating Continues for Cary Graduates

Cary, NC — In late June, the Town of Cary announced its plans for the Cary Graduates Together event. Last night I stopped by Academy Street to take it in and here’s what I saw.

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Harold’s Blog: Mask Extension, Columbus Monument Removed and More

Cary, NC — Since I declared a State of Emergency in March for the COVID-19 pandemic, face-to-face meetings have been rare and only with staff. And face-to-face meetings with the public have been stopped.

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Harold’s Blog: A Quiet July 4th, Rising COVID-19 Numbers

Cary, NC — This was a holiday week so there were very few meetings.

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Harold’s Blog: 2021 Budget, Face Coverings, Legislative Updates and More

Cary, NC — This was an important week as Cary approved its budget for fiscal year 2021 which will take effect on July 1st.

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Town Council Adopts 2021 Budget & Discusses Changes at The Fenton

Cary, NC — In last night’s near 3-hour meeting, the Cary Town Council unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2021 budget, conducted 3 public hearings and discussed 2 additional items.

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