Let me start with the bad news, and get to the good news after that. The bad news: FFELP loans are excluded from the President’s proposed forgiveness program – Why? Because those loans are not held by the federal government – the Dept of Education. At this time, loans held by commercial servicers, like NavientContinue reading “Borrowers With Old FFELP Loans Who Do Not Qualify for Loan Forgiveness – READ THIS”
I am frequently asked what the final vote count for the May 17th Cary municipal election was, so I am sharing it here. Carissa Johnson 10,225 Ken George 9,899 Ed Yerha 5,504 Why don’t those numbers match what you saw elsewhere? First, some results were early results that are still online. Also, in coverage byContinue reading “It Ain’t Over til its Over – May 17th final election results and July 26th Runoff details”
I believe voters will look at the body of knowledge I built during countless meetings with stakeholders, my supportive actions, and my unequivocal statements in support of a comprehensive housing-affordability plan for the Town and know that I am not paying the topic lip service.
I was a nervous wreck speaking to a group of 353 Cary citizens and stakeholders this evening, but the event left me inspired to keep moving forward. If you were not able to attend the event, this is my statement of my support for local affordable housing funding in its entirety
I hope to see communities in the Triangle following the lead of Charlotte, Ashville and many other NC towns and cities in passing nondiscrimination ordinances.
NC House Bill 496 was quietly passed in the NC House this past May, and now sits in our Senate, and it is a truly terrible bill. I have seen little coverage of it, and I fear there is very little awareness of it. I was alerted by my fantastic arborists at Leaf and LimbContinue reading “NC 496: Anti-Tree Preservation Ordinance Bill”
If elected, it will be my mission to work with other like-minded citizens, councilpersons, non-profit organizations, and town staff to make it possible for others to live in Cary without being housing-cost burdened.
I installed solar on my home, and I would like to see solar panels on rooftops all over Cary.
I am an open book, and when I ask for your vote – I do it in good faith. I will tell you what I plan to work toward in Cary, and ask for your input right here.
Municipal elections in Cary NC have been moved to March 8, 2022 to allow for redistricting according to the census data.