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Lori’s Blog: Women’s History & a Free Movie

Lori's Blog

Cary, NC — On Tuesday, March 31, 2015, in celebration of Women’s History Month, The Cary Theater will screen Iron Jawed Angels at 7 pm, which will be followed by a panel discussion led by female leaders and officials.  Read more

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Lori’s Blog: The Internet of Things

Lori's Blog

Cary, NC — Hi, I’m Lori Bush, and I’m a techie. Sounds like I’m in a 12-step program, doesn’t it? Read more


Lori’s Blog: Town of Cary Planning Retreat 2015


Cary, NC — As many municipalities do, Town of Cary elected officials and staff go off, once a year, to plan for the upcoming year, to have time to discuss procedural issues or concerns, and to just reconnect in a less formal environment. Read more

Lori’s Blog: “Best Day Ever!”


Cary, NC — Sometimes I think I am one of the luckiest people in the world. And that’s true for this month.

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Transportation: Me & My Elf


Cary, NC — You may have seen this strange little green vehicle on the road around Cary. In case you were wondering who’s in that thing, it’s me. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Upcoming Landscaping

downtown streetscape

Cary, NC — At our Cary Town Council work session this week, we saw updated designs for the Downtown Park and Streetscape. Read more

Lori Bush: DevMapp


Cary, NC — Have you ever driven by one of these Public Hearing signs and thought – “Hey, I wonder what’s planned for that property?”


Well, you guessed it, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT! And it uses Open Data. Read more


Lori Bush: Budgets & Verts


Cary, NC — It happens every year about this time, our annual budgeting exercise. Time to discuss our next Fiscal Year (FY2015) budget that begins on July 1, 2014 and ends June 30, 2015. Read more

Lori Bush: Win Some Lose Some


Cary, NC — I’ve often been asked, “What is the best part of being a Cary Town Councilmember?” Or, “What is it that you like about being on Council.” Read more


History: Samuel Fenton Cary


From the blog of Lori Bush.

Cary, NC — The following comments were made by my esteemed At-Large Council colleague, Ed Yerha.  Ed has a phenomenal way of providing informative and entertaining bits of history – and at our last council meeting, he spoke of the man for who Cary is named – Samuel Fenton Cary.  He’s provided these comments to me to share, and I thought you all might enjoy the “history lesson.” I did.  (Thanks so much to Ed!) Read more