The TCC is Looking for a New Executive Director

The Triangle Community Coalition is looking for a new Executive Director.
Please send all inquiries to or mail to 206 Playford Lane Cary, NC 27519. We are accepting inquiries through August 15, 2014.

Brief description:
The Executive Director will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of TCC, as well promoting the goals and objectives of TCC as defined by the Executive Committee, Chairperson and/or Board of Directors. Executive Director will report to the TCC’s Executive Committee or Board of Directors when either is in session; otherwise, the Executive Director reports to the elected Chairperson of the TCC.
The Executive Director will be responsible for all legislative affairs activities in the assigned area of the Triangle (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill) and designated surrounding cities/counties; and, any state issues that impact those cities/counties.

These activities include: monitoring and responding to all relative legislative activities in the corresponding Counties, Municipalities and NC Legislature; establishing a TCC presence and building on TCC political and business relationships in the designated areas; working with members on specific legislative issues; fostering campaign activities and relationships with specific elected officials.

The TCC Welcomes its Newest Board of Director Members

The TCC Welcomes its Newest Board of Director Members:
Laurie Donofrio, Coldwell Banker Advantage, Ryan Akers, McAdams and Tom Anhut, Anhut Properties, LLC.

A new slate of officers were elected at yesterday’s Board of Directors meeting:
2014-15 Chairman Laurie Donofrio
2014-15 Vice Chairman Craig Duerr
2014-15 Secretary David York
2014-15 Treasurer Jim Bell
2014-15 Immediate Past Chairman Michael Birch

Have Your Say – in Cary

HAVE YOUR SAY until June 1: The town is asking the public for help in changing the way it builds and improves roads and sidewalks throughout Cary. Cary is one of only four North Carolina municipalities – along with Raleigh, Durham and Apex – that levies a transportation development fee.

The town is also urging residents to read about the proposed rules changes and take a survey about them at

Raleigh Landowners – City’s Zoning District Remapping Project

ATTENTION ALL Raleigh LANDOWNERS! The City of Raleigh is now accepting comments from citizens on the City’s Zoning District Remapping Project. This is the final phase of implementing the Unified Development Ordinance that took effect last September.

A dedicated website, offers a comparison between existing and proposed zoning, describes the new zoning districts, includes information about zoning fundamentals, and highlights various methods for feedback.

The public comment period on the initial draft map ends on Sept. 30.