Re-elect Jennifer Robinson to the Cary Town Council

As District A representative on Cary Town Council, I serve as an advocate for western Cary. I have emphasized careful planning, provision of infrastructure and services, economic development, environmental protection, and fiscal conservancy to ensure that Cary remains a great place to live and work.

With most of Cary’s growth occurring on the western side of town, it is critical that District A continue to have a strong representative on Town Council. I have worked hard to bring necessary infrastructure improvements and amenities to western Cary. I spearheaded the land banking program, the tree preservation task force, the West Regional Library, the future agriculture park, and many other projects. In addition, I have been an advocate for neighborhoods as they are affected by new development: Preston, Preston Village, Weatherstone, Riggsbee Farm, Caramore, Somerset, Harmony, Weycroft, and Carpenter Village are among the many neighborhoods that have benefited from my scrutiny of new subdivision proposals.

My goals for western Cary include a community center at Mills Park, improved roads (including Carpenter Fire Station Road, Green Level Church Road, and Morrisville Parkway), the development of more parks throughout the district, and more grade-separated crossings for greenways.

While taking care of the needs of citizens of western Cary is of utmost importance, it is critical for each member of Council to be active in guiding Cary’s overall operations and planning. I am a collaborative member of the Council and a leader in common sense decision making. Mayor Weinbrecht and members of council have endorsed my candidacy because they know of my dedication to our town.

I ask for your vote on October 8 so that I may continue to serve western Cary and all of our beautiful town through my commitment to:

Community: Cary is considered to be one of the best places in America to live and work. I diligently work to provide the best living and working conditions for our citizens with the leanest budget and lowest taxes possible. I am committed to ensuring that Cary remains a place that people enjoy calling home.
Economy: I am dedicated to growing Cary’s economy so that our citizens have a variety of excellent job opportunities.
Environment: My decisions are guided by my strong desire to protect the beautiful natural resources that attracted so many of us to North Carolina. I will continue to strive to protect generous amounts of open space and make land use decisions that preserve our aesthetics, trees, natural topography, and the quality of our drinking water from Jordan Lake.
Financial Management: Keeping Cary affordable for residents is paramount in my efforts on the Council. Low tax rates and low fees for excellent services make living in Cary a good value for everyone.

Citizens’ Comments

“I am excited to join many others in endorsing Jennifer Robinson for Cary Town Council District A. Jennifer has served on the Cary council for many years and has a passion for helping others. Her commitment and dedication to serving others along with her collaborative personality has gained her much respect in Cary. She is a great advocate for her district and the town. It has been a pleasure to serve with someone that loves Cary as much as I do. I whole-heartedly support the reelection of Jennifer Robinson.”
Mayor Weinbrecht,
“I have known Jennifer for 12 years. During her time on the Cary Town Council, I have found her to be a very responsive, hard working, and effective representative.”
Dave Upton,
“Jennifer does a great job for our Town and has my support.”
Erv Portman,
“I admire and respect Jennifer, and have found her to be forthright in her personal dealings, intelligent in her public service and solid-thinking in her leadership and decision-making. With the next few rapidly-evolving years of change about to impact all of us, from build-out to fill-in, I can think of no other person more qualified, caring or even-keeled to entrust our Town’s future. She is truly first among her peers.”
Doc Thorne,