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look what's new ON OCTOBER 8, CARY VOTERS passed two general obligation bond initiatives, collectively known as the Shaping Cary's Tomorrow Bond Referendum. Unofficial results are that the Parks Bond passed with 77% of the vote and the Transportation Bond passed with 80% of the vote. The Parks Bond includes $112 million for new parks, including Phase 2 of the Downtown Park, two new parks in western Cary and two in southern Cary, playground upgrades, historic properties preservation, and open space preservation. The Transportation Bond will finance projects up to $113 million for resurfacing, intersection improvements, streetscape improvements, new traffic signals, sidewalks, and road widening. "By approving the Shaping Cary's Tomorrow bonds, the citizens of Cary have once again made their voices heard by voting to finance projects that will move our town forward," said Sean Stegall, Town Manager. The projects included in these bonds were identified as priorities by citizens during the development of the Imagine Cary Community Plan. This vote confirms that citizens are committed to realizing the goals of this plan. The results will be certified in December. Just as we are excited to see what's on the horizon for Cary, we are equally as excited to share what we've been working on for quite some time now. Introducing myCary – your new program registration system! With myCary, you can browse and register for all your favorite programs, classes, camps, and events with ease. Look for complete details on pages 2 and 3 of this guide and at! Turn the pages to uncover all the ways you can laugh, learn, and play with us this season. And, remember, register for programs in this guide at See you soon! Like us on Facebook FACEBOOK.COM/ TOWNOFCARYNC Find us on the Internet TOWNOFCARY.ORG/ DEPARTMENTS Follow us on Twitter TWITTER.COM/ TOC_FUN Give us a call (919) 469-4061 Stop by our office 316 N. ACADEMY ST.

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