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PBA Addresses Comments by the Public Information Director for the Town of Cary and the reply to the PBA by the Town Manager

On February 26, 2011, Susan Moran, the Public Information Director for the Town of Cary, made comments to WRAL-TV about a complaint that had been filed against officers of the Cary Police Department.  Susan Moran made the following comments in the story. "We take it extremely seriously. And if we find that we have staff members that haven’t upheld our expectations, they are gone," Moran said.  The PBA wrote a letter on March 2, 2011, to Mayor Weinbrecht and members of the Council. This letter addressed the statement by Moran and her prior efforts to place censor and control on the release of information for public release by the PBA.  On March 3, 2011, Mayor Weinbrecht replied back to the PBA in an email.   On March 4, 2011, the Town Manager replied with a letter to the PBA.  On March 11, 2011, the PBA responded to the letter that the Town Manager wrote to the PBA.

(Click here to view letter to the Mayor and Council Members)



 (Click here to view email response of Mayor Weinbrecht)




(Click here to view letter from Town Manager Ben Shivar)




(Click here to view PBA’s response to Town Manager Ben Shivar’s Letter)

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