Happy Monday folks! Today marks exactly one month since I moved to Kansas City. In this month, I watched and gasped along with everyone back home in Greensboro as we almost lost the ability to choose how we wanted to vote for our city council. Now that this is no longer a concern(for now), I feel a bit better being away. I do miss it. But it has been fun and I have adopted a style of barbecue. I’m still trying to get folks to put slaw on hot dogs here. And of course, no Biscuitville and all the old IHOP’s might be gone when I get back.
Yes, I do realize how hungry I sound. But I am getting fed. Anyway, feed your mind with some news:
Again, Greensboro may have its old council structure back, but it could still be tampered with in other ways.
The oldest building at Old Salem has been discovered.
The Asheville area is officially in a drought.
As of right now in the state budget, state employees hired this year and thereafter would have reduced opportunities for health insurance and retirement pensions.
Fayetteville’s City Council may issue a $45 million parks bond.
And finally, the City of Raleigh is seeking new leadership for its business incubator.