Dec 29, 2008

Greensboro News and Record Trifecta on Protest Petitions

Protest Petitions for Greensboro was front and center in the Greensboro News and Record on Sunday December 29, 2008. The Trifecta consisted of an interview with Keith Brown, Mark Binker front page article and lead editorial .

Below is what was written about Protest Petitions for Greensboro

10 questions with Keith Brown here is the link CLICKHERE

Greensboro News and Record Capital Beat Reporter Mark Binker here is the link CLICKHERE

Below is the quote in paper

"Outside the budget, legislators will find themselves dealing with a number of issues of particular importance to Greensboro and the area.

Two of the most high-profile: Greensboro politicians are discussing returning the power of protest petitions to the city. Such petitions allow neighbors to make it more difficult to develop or redevelop a piece of property by forcing a super-majority of the City Council to approve land-use changes.Vaughan and Rep. Pricey Harrison have expressed interest and have said they would work to return the power to Greensboro's citizens. " Note the other issue is called Jordan Lakes Rules.

Then Lead Editorial with the title called " Editorial: An early line on 2009" , had this to say

" The legislature restores Greensboro citizens' right to file protest petitions in rezoning cases -- but it turns out that all proposed new development projects please everyone."

Now that is funny about the proposed development. Go ask the neighborhood near Elm Street and Cornwallis about pleasing them on that zoning case.

Here is the link to that article CLICKHERE

2 comments:

gregory young said...

Thank You! Keep doing what you are doing.

triadwatch said...

thanks for the comments and if you have time please join us on January 21, 2009 at the Greensboro City Council chambers where we will be talking to the council on restoring this right taken away from the citizens of Greensboro.