Residents will be able to interact with the village in an easier way.
The village of Cary is coming into the 21st century with their new and improved website. Residents will be able to find out what is going on in the village on a daily basis through updates, meeting agendas, board packets and specific department news. Tara Semenchuk, assistant to the village administrator, who has been one of the leaders of the project, said the new website is a noticeable improvement. Website users can sign up for the Cary News Weekly and access current bids in which the village is involved. "It will transform the way we communicate with the public," Village Administrator Chris Clark said Tuesday night. Clark explained that the website would allow the village to be more transparent by posting information about elected …
Nicole Campbell is urging the Board of education to “give a little, to get a little more.”
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Dear Cary District 26 Board, My name is Nicole Campbell and I have a son going into 4th grade at Deer Path. I attended the CEC meeting last night and was moved by the community’s disapproval of your “last best offer”. I am not writing you to place blame; You’ve been dealt enough of that. There’s enough finger pointing going around that would make anyone dizzy. I’m writing to urge you to take more actions now – to give a little more – to meet the CEA willfully and happily in negotiations, for the kids and for our community. We NEED you to put any blame and negative feelings aside to keep this terrible educational calamity from getting worse. We NEED you to meet the CEA within a couple of days and work TOGETHER for a solution. You …