November 5 is Election Day for the Town of Morrisville. Polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.
Steve Rao strongly encourages Morrisville to model other cities where existing resources are leveraged to improve information technology efficiency and drive innovation. That includes exploring Cloud Computing options and making the town’s statistical data (permits, crime, transportation, etc.) open and available to entrepreneurs in our region for developing new applications while increasing citizen engagement. These endeavors foster government efficiency, transparency and promote job creation.
New RTP Park to offer tennis courts, cricket fields, walking trails and picnic areas for Morrisville residents to enjoy.
Candidate Steve Rao expresses views on Morrisville transportation issues at candidate forum.
Steve Rao hosted a Technology Roundtable with entrepreneurs and venture capital investors last week. A main topic was Open Data and how towns and cities can benefit from making statistical data available to the public.
The evening began with an Invocation by Council member Schlink and the Pledge of Allegiance. It was a bitter sweet moment to celebrate the retirement of Master Officer Jon Macbride, who has served on our Police Department for over 25 years. While I had attended the reception a few hours earlier, it was an […]
Dr. June Atkinson met with Morrisville residents on October 10 to discuss North Carolina schools.
Wonderful dedication ceremony with the partners, investors, town and state officials, and invited guests to celebrate the official planning and implementation of the new North Carolina Chinatown! The renovation of the old outlet mall into a Chinatown complex is exciting for Morrisville. This project will leverage Morrisville’s local diversity and talent and certainly contribute to […]
I began Sunday with another 5K, to join our community for the Anuraag Foundation run to raise money for literacy and other causes. “Anuraag” in Sanskrit means “Love and Affection”. A great time with many Morrisville and Cary citizens in attendance. Thanks to the organizers of this event for working hard to make a difference in […]
Thanks to our Police Department for hosting a 5K run to raise money for Special Olympics. Mayor Pro Tem Johnson attended along with our new Town Manager, Martha Wheelock! Tim Gauss and Ben Hitchings ran this as well. I am proud to say that for the first time in five years, I was able […]