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Follow along: Cary Village Board meeting on Pedcor apartments

Published: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 2:35 p.m. CST

The Cary Village Board this week could have a change of heart on the proposed 60-unit apartment complex at First and Pearl Streets.

At 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, the Village Board is scheduled to consider whether to rescind an ordinance that allows Pedcor Investments to build the $18 million affordable housing apartment complex.

You can follow along with our coverage from the meeting here, get involved on Twitter by using the hashtag #caryapartments and read up on what led to this meeting below.


April 14:  60-unit residential complex proposed in Cary

April 16:  Board: More 'pizzazz' needed in Cary apartment plan

June 6:Cary zoning board gives apartment proposal its blessing

June 16:  Section 8 vouchers could be used anywhere

June 17:Cary approves apartment project proposal

July 6:Opposition to new Cary apartments still fighting

July 11:  Letter to the Editor: Unpopular Cary project

July 14:Cary Village Board prepares Q&A on Pedcor apartment complex

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