We had afternoon and evening council meetings yesterday, December 1, 2020. Below is a summary. Also, today marks 1 year of my term on Raleigh City Council. It was certainly not the year any of us expected, but I am proud of the work we have accomplished, and I thank you, so much, for the opportunity to serve. I’m including in this summary a list of some goals that were accomplished this year, acknowledging that
On Thursday, November 19, 2020, Council Member Stewart and I hosted a Renters Virtual Town Hall.  Below is a summary and links to a recording of the town hall and a follow up survey.    According to 2019 United States Census Bureau data, 48.5% of the City of Raleigh population resides in rental or non-owner occupied housing. Last month, City Council approved a text change to include renters as part of the city’s mailed notice requirements
We had regular City Council meetings last Wednesday, November 4, 2020 and a work session yesterday, November 10, 2020. Below is a summary of those meetings. I’m sorry for the delay; last week I spent time volunteering for Election Day and then was consumed by watching results, as I expect most of you were as well. 1. We received information from staff about the status of the proposed Downtown South project, a summary of what
We had a work session and regular Council Meeting Tuesday, October 20, 2020. We took action on two exciting transit projects. Below is a summary. 1. We took action on the next, upcoming BRT (bus rapid transit) route from downtown Raleigh to Garner, called the “Southern Corridor” route. In November 2016, Wake County voters approved a bond to expand and better connect public transit. Part of the plan is to create 4 BRT routes. The
We had afternoon and evening City Council meetings on Tuesday, October 6, 2020. Below is a summary. Also, I want to acknowledge that my election was one year ago today, October 8, 2019. Although this year has been very different than what I anticipated when I ran, I am thankful every day for the opportunity to serve this city. Thank you, so much. 1. We approved the creation of a special study group to consider

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