Jan 15, 2009

Barber and Wade Press Conference January 16, 2009 1:00 pm., Say Bring Back Protest Petitions to Greensboro

Below the fold is the announcement that Greensboro City Council members are holding a press conference tomorrow. It says that it is about pressing issues impacting Greensboro. This would be a great time to tell them to "Please support the reinstatement of the Protest Petition for Greensboro". The time is now to let them know how you feel on this issue and knowing that every other city in this state abides by Protest Petitions and neighborhoods all over this city are not getting a fair shake in the zoning process because of this exemption.


Media AdvisoryCouncil Member Press Conference
January 16, 2009
1 pm

What: Press Conference featuring Council Members Mike Barber and Trudy Wade

Location: Plaza Level Conference Room, Melvin Municipal Office Building
300 W. Washington St.

Date/Time: Friday, January 16 at 1 pm

Topic: Members of council will discuss pressing issues impacting the City of Greensboro. Council Members will also be available for questions.

Contact: Denise Turner – 373-3880

The City of Greensboro works in partnership with the community to build an increased quality of life for all residents by fostering an environment where inclusion, diversity, and trust are valued. As the seventh largest employer in Greensboro, the City has a dedicated professional staff of 2,700 employees who maintain four core values of honesty, integrity, stewardship, and respect. The City of Greensboro is governed by a council-manager form of government where a mayor and eight council members act as the legislative body. For more information on the City of Greensboro, please visit us online at www.greensboro-nc.gov.

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