To the Editor:
My wife and I have been diligent in attending several of the meetings that have been held regarding the direction Cary should take for planning its future development.
We have given our input and have listened to some great input from others in the community who have attended these meetings. Not once, in any of these meetings, have we heard anyone say, “Why don’t we add some low-income housing to Cary?”
What are our leaders thinking? If we want to develop Cary into a strong, financially sound community, this is not the direction we should be taking.
Has anyone been listening to the great ideas from the members of our community?