Cary Mayor Reflects on State of Cary in Annual Message
- Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht delivers a 12-minute address on the state of Cary, available online and cable television.
- 2017 highlights: continued accolades celebrating Cary’s high quality of life, proposals to support improving Cary’s eastern gateway and downtown Cary, and developing a strategic approach to stormwater.
- Opportunities in 2018 and beyond: improving the Cary Parkway/High House intersection along with several parks and greenways, undertaking our first major community branding initiative, and remaining focused on Cary’s local struggle with the opioid crisis.
Cary, NC – Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht issued his eleventh State of Cary address, a 12-minute reflection on the last year and upcoming opportunities facing the municipality. Cary remains the seventh largest municipality in North Carolina with 162,000 people calling Cary home; its growth rate is less than two percent. Highlights from the address include recent accolades as well as development milestones in the eastern Cary gateway and downtown area. Mayor Weinbrecht also noted challenges moving forward and key opportunities like Cary’s first major branding initiative and the community’s struggle with the opioid crisis. Weinbrecht ended his address with a call to end the divisiveness in our state and country so that Cary’s citizens and business owners can reach their true and full potential.
The State of Cary airs daily from February 18-March 20 on Cary TV (AT&T Uverse channel 99, Google TV channel 142 and Spectrum channel 11) and is available on demand at www.youtube.com/townofcarychannel.
Virginia Johnson, Town Clerk, (919) 460-4941
Carrie Roman, Public Information Supervisor, (919) 380-4240