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Participatory Budgeting Sample Ballots Available Online; Voting Begins Today October 23, 201
Voting begins October 23 at 2:30 pm at Hemphill Library and will run through November 18 at various locations citywide. Download a full calendar of voting locations online.
Earlier this year, residents submitted more than 300 ideas for projects they wanted funded. Over the summer PB Budget Delegates vetted the projects.
The 41 proposals that made it to the ballot include a new bus shelter, safer sidewalks, handicapped accessible playground equipment, bike racks and solar charging stations for mobile devices. Parks and Recreation projects proved popular among people who submitted ideas last spring. Ideas that made it to the ballot include adult exercise equipment for Westbury Park, new playground equipment at Apache Park, picnic tables for Arlington Park, and benches near the basketball courts at Windsor Recreation Center. Contact Participatory Budgeting email@example.com 336-373-7750
Dr. Dana Dunn, Provost of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro introduces the video. The program reported on a Successful Nonpartisan Redistricting Simulation by a Volunteer Panel of 10 Retired NC Supreme Court Justices and Senior Appellate Court Judges.
The video features Tom Ross, Former UNC President, current President of the Volcker Alliance, and Terry Sanford Distinguished Fellow at the Sanford School of Public Policy of Duke University
Justice Rhoda Billings (R) & Justice Henry Frye (D), Retired Chief Justices of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
The program was presented by the League of Women Voters of the Piedmont Triad in memory of Sally Austin.