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Penn State Baseball Series
02/24/2017 - 02/26/2017
Artist Reception: ART55
02/24/2017 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Artist Reception: Carol Kroll—Contemporary Mixed Media Sculpture & Fine Craft
02/24/2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Cary/Apex Water Treatment Plant to Begin Annual Disinfection Process
It will take 30 days to disinfect the Town of Cary’s 1,035 miles of water lines as part of its annual cleaning process. In accordance with state and federal recommendations, the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Plant will temporarily stop adding ammonia to its water treatment disinfection process beginning Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Customers who use water for kidney dialysis machines, fish aquariums or other chlorine sensitive uses should be aware that water may contain chlorine, ammonia, or a mixture of the two at the beginning and end of March. The water plant will resume adding ammonia to the water treatment process on Saturday, April 1, 2017.
Mayor Reflects on State of Cary in Annual Message
Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht issued his 10th State of Cary address, a six-minute reflection on the last year and upcoming opportunities facing the municipality. Highlights from the address include changes in key leadership positions, challenges moving forward and key opportunities like leveraging technology and growing public-private partnerships to address these challenges.
Watch February Bud TV
On this month's Bud TV:
Learn about the Town's volunteer opportunities
Leaky toilet? Get tips on locating water leaks.
Enrollment Opens for Cary's School of Government
Those living in Cary and the Town’s ETJ (extra-territorial jurisdiction) have through March 5 to apply to be a part of the Town of Cary’s annual School of Government. The nine-session course gives a behind-the-scenes look at Cary Town government, focusing on topics like community planning, transportation and facilities, utilities, financial stewardship and municipal services.