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State Legislation Threatens Cary
The State of North Carolina is considering concerning legislation that would impact Cary citizens, including requiring the Town to raise taxes.
Cary's Compost Bin Sale Helps You Live, Save Green
Now through May 7, citizens can go online to order a 311-liter residential compost bin at less than half the retail price, just $45. Each bin is roughly three-feet tall by three-feet wide and comes with a home composting guide book. The bin sale and below-cost offer is made possible through a partnership between the Town of Cary and EnviroWorld. All bins ordered through the online sale will be shipped to the Town’s Garmon Operations Center, 400 James Jackson Avenue, for citizens to pick-up in June. The Town does not profit from the bin sale.
Watch April Bud TV
This month on Bud TV, Festivals Coordinator Adam Bell gives details on this year's Spring Daze Festival. Plus, Booth Amphitheatre is revving up its 2017 schedule, including the NC Symphony.
Watch this month's Bud TV.
Get the details on this year's Spring Daze Arts and Crafts Festival.