Is Cary preparing to become a Sanctuary City?
Kownick has met with a group to discuss local police interaction and cooperation with U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
Cary already enforces laws doing a great job in Cary and clarifying these procedures seems like a change in direction. We really don't know what this groups intentions are, however if choosing to not enforce laws is the focus then this is definitely something that should be decided by more than a group and the Mayor. We have had too many decisions made for us by people not representing our best interests.
What is the purpose of such a meeting?
This same group has a wider scope including Fox River Grove. Cary residents need to know the agenda and act together as a voting block. Either we vote for the candidate that represents us best or put this controversial direction on a referendum. The bottom line is the citizens of Cary should determine how our future is shaped. Ignoring or picking and choosing what laws to enforce puts us on a very slippery slope. I personally think traffic tickets for red light cameras should not be enforced!
In the present political environment a decision to not enforce Federal laws will result in losing Federal funding as well as attracting many unanticipated consequences.
What is the real agenda?
Contact the Mayor and all the trustees and ask them their thoughts. What has been done so far? What is the plans?
We really don't have any clue as to the direction that will be taken, we need to hear this directly from Mayor Kownick
Why is this done in secrecy?