This month’s meeting of the Winston-Salem City Council’s Finance Committee once again addressed substandard living conditions at the New Hope Manor Apartments. See Jordan Green’s article at Triad City Beat for a good write-up of this issue. The last several months has seen a considerable amount of the city cou… More
Winston-Salem City Council
Here’s a look at the highlights from of the November meeting of the Winston-Salem City Council’s Community Development/ Housing/ General Government Committee:
- Committee approved the demolition of dilapidated houses in the city. No residents were present to appeal the city’s decisions.
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Here’s a look at some highlights from Monday’s full meeting of the Winston-Salem City Council.
- A resolution honoring the Winston-Salem Chapter of the Top Ladies of Distinction, INC was approved.
- A resolution honoring the city’s SOAR, Successful Outcomes After Release Program was approved. More job prog
Last Monday, the Winston-Salem City Council’s finance committee approved $2.5 million in loans to Ujima Community Development Corporation for its development project, Emmanuel Retirement Village. The matter will be brought before the full council tomorrow. Ujima is a CDC composed mostly of Emmanuel Baptist Church me… More
Nearly a month ago, before North Carolina’s Democratic primary, Bill Clinton visited Wake Forest. The former president spoke at Wake’s law school before a couple hundred students and members of the community. Melissa Harris-Perry’s Wake the Vote brought Clinton to Wake. Clinton spoke to young voters, a demo… More
Concerned members of Winston’s LGBTQ Community and their allies packed City Hall Monday night. They patiently waited their turn to publicly comment on House Bill 2. After the city council finished debating other matters, Councilman Dan Besse introduced his resolution condemning House Bill 2. Besse criticized House Bill 2 … More