Mar 15, 2008

Protest Petition Questions for Local and State Representatives

Is it fair that Greensboro is the only city exempted from this North Carolina General Statute?

Do you think the citizens of Greensboro have the right to a Protest Petition in the zoning process?

Would you support a bill to make Greensboro comply with this North Carolina General Statute 160 A 385 & 386?

These are just a few of the questions that need to be addressed. It would be great to see the responses to this question.

2 comments:

Don Vaughan said...

I agree that Greensboro needs to have peotest petitions.

I have represented a number of neighborhoods in the past two years where they could be utilited against development.

I am Town Attorney for the Town of Pleasant Garden where protest pertitions have been sucessful.

I would support the Generral Assembly granting this power back to the City of Greensboro.

tarheez3 said...

Thanks Mr. Vaughan, it is good to see your position on this issue. Hopefully a bill will be passed in the short session of the state legislature but I can live with a bill being passed in the long session.