Six vie for four seats on Asheboro City Council – Courier-Tribune
“Name two things you think the city council should focus on (or continue to focus on): 1) A top-burner issue apart from the economy; and 2) a smaller, less-pressing matter that is near and dear to you. What should the city do (or continue to do) in each case? And why?”
“Greene: I think the city should focus additionally on infrastructure. Our city streets need repair. The city council is currently looking at these issues, but the work needs to be done. As the mayor has stated, it may take a bond referendum to help pay for the repair of our city streets. Walking trails and bike lanes and a dog park are other issues the city needs to explore. I believe that recently Mayor Smith stated “Asheboro will have a dog park.” A smaller issue may be to try to preserve more historical buildings. Near and dear to my heart is the tethering of animals. The city needs to continue to be vigilant to this issue. As a Letter Carrier, I am aware when a dog is tied for long periods of time they become aggressive and if that animal gets loose then any citizen or mail carrier is in danger. Another issue with tethering I came across was a new family in Asheboro tied their terrier to a line; it got loose and made it to the 220-Bypass. It was hit by a car, damaging its ability to move. I put the animal in my car and drove to the clinic in Greensboro to save the dog. I called him Rascal, not know his name. I held his head in one hand so he could breathe; after arriving, he expired. Please don’t tether.”
Early Voting Begins
Thursday October 19, 2017
2017 Randolph County Municipal Election
Thursday October 19 through Saturday November 4, 2017
Early voting for the 2017 Randolph County Municipal Election
will be held at a single location this year:
Board of Elections Office located at:
158 Worth St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
Early Voting Dates and Times
Thursday Oct. 19 8:30am – 5:00pm
Friday Oct. 20 8:30am – 5:00pm
Monday Oct. 23 through Friday Oct. 27 8:30am – 5:00pm
Monday Oct. 30 through Friday Nov. 3 8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday Nov. 4 8:30am – 1:00pm
Forum kicks off Asheboro’s election race – Courier Tribune
“The event was hosted by the George Washington Carver Community Enrichment Center in partnership with the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce at the Sunset Theatre in downtown Asheboro. Candidates for the Asheboro City Board of Education, Asheboro Mayor and Asheboro City Council were invited to participate.
Doors opened at 6 p.m. for a 30-minute meet and greet. There were nearly 50 citizens in attendance for the event. Audience members had the opportunity to submit questions for the candidates prior to the start of the program. Candidates were given three minutes to answer each question. Additional comments were limited to two minutes.”
A Candidate with a History of Civil Service
Whether delivering your mail or lobbying legislators on behalf of working people, Tim Greene always keeps his fellow North Carolinians in mind.
Tim Greene discusses Postal Service concerns with former Raleigh Mayor and candidate for NC Labor Commissioner Charles Meeker. Former RCDP Chair Jim Meredith looks on.