Winston-Salem City Council

It’s Been Over A Month Since Mayor Joines Spoke At Crystal Towers, But Still No Action Has Been Taken

On a cold January afternoon over a month ago, HAWS’ Executive Director, Kevin Cheshire, and Winston-Salem Alliance President and Mayor Allen Joines addressed the residents of Crystal Towers. At that meeting that was closed to the media and the general public, the residents of Crystal Towers were told that their building wou… More

Up To No Good In Brookwood: A Black Neighborhood Was Erased For A Business Park That Never Developed

Edited 6/19/2021

Back in April, the Winston-Salem City Council passed a toothless resolution supporting the principle of reparations. The resolution, approved by all seven Democrats on an eight-member board, costs the City of Winston-Salem almost nothing. It promises little more than empathy to African Americans in the city wh… More

After Years Of Planning And Over $3 Million Budgeted, The “East End” Is Still Just A Construct

“This is the very first major part of bringing that East End Master Plan vision to life. It’s just a phenomenal project.” -Annette Scippio, April 5, 2021, WSNC City Council meeting.

The Garden Court Apartments are going to be redeveloped. The modestly built apartment units that have been vacant during the pandem… More

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