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Re: “African-American neighborhood stands in the path of Cary's growth

Thanks for being "concerned" about my happiness. No pun intended of course. Actually Tommy Cline who is the gentlemen who replaced Mr. Lee, appears to be handling the Real Estate department much more smoothly. This has to be a relief to the public and most certainly Town staff. In the future, I am hoping the citizens of Cary on this and other projects will be dealt with in a professional and fair manner for the sake of all parties involved.

Posted by Lana on 02/29/2008 at 4:22 PM

Re: “African-American neighborhood stands in the path of Cary's growth

As a matter of fact, I do know Patrick Lee. I would say very well in fact. He worked for the Town for 31 years. He ran off every one of the staff whom he managed within the Real Estate department in Engineering not long before construction on Evans started. That would be after the condemnations went to Council for approval. Look into it then. They all left. They had to hire a whole new department in the middle of the Evans project. No one wanted to be left holding the "bag" so to speak. He always made a point to make certain that if you, as a citizen, did not know the right questions to ask, then you did not get any real answers. He also gave the Engineers in the same department he worked alongside everyday a hard time with these projects. Everyone at Town Hall knew this about this individual. He was just having fun messing with the public, marking time until he could collect a big fat retirement. Oh and by the way, have no doubt the Town has a very good retirement. Is it not reassuring to know your and my tax dollars are funding this! The last I heard he was kicking around taking a job doing the very same thing for another municipality locally. Maybe Holly Springs but I am not for sure.

Posted by Lana on 02/28/2008 at 5:13 PM

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