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Press release issued by Committee to Re-Elect Jennifer Robinson

“In the nearly ten years that I have served on Cary’s Town Council, I have worked to ensure that the Town provides the very best services and amenities with the lowest possible taxes.  I would like for all citizens to feel as if living in the Town of Cary is the best value for their tax dollars.”

Jennifer’s attention to neighborhood development and quality communities stretches back to her early involvement in Town business.  As a citizen advocate, she successfully lobbied the Council to plan and build Louis Stephens Drive and influenced the design of Green Hope Elementary.  She went on to serve on Cary’s Growth Management Task Force and was then appointed to fill an empty seat on Cary’s Town Council.  Since then, she has been re-elected twice to represent the citizens of downtown and western Cary.

My focus on Council has been protecting the quality of life for which people come to Cary and enhancing our community,” Jennifer said. Jennifer has worked to bring several schools to western Cary, helped establish the West Regional Library, advanced important road networks and spearheaded initiatives that protect our environment and our trees.  During her tenure on Council, the Town has not raised taxes and has established Cary as a AAA town with the lowest tax rate in Wake County.  About our region’s growth, Jennifer said, “In spite of the increase in our population, people still enjoy a small town feel in Cary.”

Jennifer lives in western Cary with her husband, Paul, and their four children.  In her spare time, she volunteers and serves on the board of the Cary Community Foundation.

Press release issued by The Committee to Re-elect Jennifer Robinson
106 Chertsey Court; Cary, NC 27519

Press release issued by Committee to Elect Lori Bush


Cary, NC – August 20, 2009 – Lori Bush, candidate for the District A seat on the Cary Town Council, will be meeting with voters at the 33rd annual Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts festival in downtown Cary this Saturday, August 22 (http://www.townofcary.org/depts/prdept/events/lazydaze/lazydazehome.htm). Lori will also attend the Triangle Community Coalition’s annual Political Pig Pickin’ on August 27 at the Brier Creek Country Club (http://www.tricc.org/).
“I have worked for the community I love as a citizen advocate, having served as past president of my homeowners’ association and on a number of boards and commissions in Cary and Wake County. I always look forward to talking with the people of Cary and our region to learn what is important to them. Cary’s citizens need an approachable representative with a passion for listening and advocating for them on the Cary Town Council, and I look forward to the opportunity to fill that role.”
A resident of Cary for the last 12 years, Lori Bush has participated in numerous citizens’ organizations, as well as on the boards of a number of non-profits.  Her work as Chair of the Cary Task Force for Issue Advisory Groups provided a framework and process for Cary citizens to meet and form Town-sanctioned groups, expanding, strengthening and improving citizen participation in local government and providing greater visibility of citizen issues to Town Council.
“I believe that our citizens are our greatest asset in Cary, and what I hear from the people of our community is that they care about growth, roads and schools, and they want to be engaged and involved,” Lori said. “I look forward to listening to what our community has to say at Cary’s Lazy Daze festival, and sharing my ideas about how to improve our Town government at the Triangle Community Coalition Pig Pickin’.”
Lori and her husband Greg have two children in the Wake County public schools, and she is an active participant in her community.  She has served on Cary‘s Planning and Zoning Board for 3 years, led the Cary Task Force for Issue Advisory Groups, and currently serves on Cary‘s Site Design Focus Group.  She was president of the Preston Village Homeowners Association, served as chair of the Wake County Information Technology Advisory Committee, a Trustee on the Board of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, secretary of the National Cyber Security Alliance and Executive Board member of the National Institute of Urban Search and Rescue.  She is currently employed by Cisco Systems, Inc. as a solutions business manager creating technology solutions for education. 


Press release issued by:     
Committee to Elect Lori Bush                                               
107 Doric Ct.                                               
Cary, NC 27519                                               
Tel. 919-757-1161