Western Cary is growing fast, and some worry the growth can’t keep up with local schools. Some Cary leaders say Wake County Commissioners need to fund more schools to ease crowding.
Western Cary is growing fast, and some worry the growth can’t keep up with local schools. Some Cary leaders say Wake County Commissioners need to fund more schools to ease crowding. THE CARY NEWS FILE PHOTO
Western Cary is growing fast, and some worry the growth can’t keep up with local schools. Some Cary leaders say Wake County Commissioners need to fund more schools to ease crowding. THE CARY NEWS FILE PHOTO

Cary leaders approve plans for subdivision in western Cary near crowded schools

September 24, 2014 02:27 PM

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