Greensboro, North Carolina
|Yvonne Johnson||Mayor Pro Tem, At-Large|
|Nancy Vaughan||At-Large Councilmember|
|Marikay Abuzuaiter||At-Large Councilmember|
|Dianne Bellamy-Small||District 1 Councilmember|
|Jim Kee||District 2 Councilmember|
|Zack Matheny||District 3 Councilmember|
|Nancy Hoffmann||District 4 Councilmember|
|Trudy Wade||District 5 Councilmember|
|Denise Roth||Interim City Manager|
|Andrew Scott||Assistant City Manager for Economic Development|
|Sandy Neerman||Assistant City Manager Community Affairs & Communication|
|Sue Schwartz||Planning & Community Development|
|Anthony Wade||Human Relations|
|Lillian Plummer||Office of Workforce Development|
|Darryl Jones||Information Technology|
|Larry Davis||Budget & Evaluation|
|Rick Lusk||Financial & Administrative Services|
|Len Zucas||Internal Audit|
|Chris Wilson||Interim Parks & Recreation|
|Connie Hammond||Public Affairs & Human Resources|
|Ken Miller||Police Chief|
|Gregory Grayson||Fire Chief|
The general fund for FY 2011-12 is $249,416,556, down from the 2010-11 budget ($255,316,402).
Personnel costs account for the highest expenditures ($194,637,245), followed by maintenance and operations ($178,237,059), debt service ($56,065,874), and capital outlay ($9,874,826).
User fees/charges/licenses account for the revenue ($170,034,060), followed by property tax ($153,319,025), other revenue ($86,853,200), intergovernmental revenue ($43,113,783), and sales tax ($37,418,480).
In two contracts and forty-two grants, Greensboro received $32,694,610.58 in federal stimulus money.
See also: North Carolina state government salary
The Rhino Times publishes a list of salaries for the city here. The site says that over 30 employees for the city collect salaries over $100k, though years for the data were not given.
See also: North Carolina public pensions
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This information was last reviewed: 6/20/12
- The current budget is published and previous budgets are available for the last three years
- The calendar of council meetings, meeting agendas, and minutes, are available and archived at least three years
- Names of elected officials, email addresses, individual phone numbers, and a physical address is available
- Names of administrative officials and individual phone numbers are available
- Permit applications are available for download
- The current audit is published and previous audits are available for the last three years
- Bids are posted
- Public records are available, including forms and contact information.
- Tax revenues are available and tax rates are published
- The “I Want to…” feature is an excellent resources available on the website.
- Administrative officials have only email contact forms, as opposed to individual email addresses, and physical addresses are unavailable.
- Links to zoning information are available, but the links do not work.
- Awarded contract information is unavailable, and a search does not generate relevant results.
- Lobbyists, memberships to lobbying organizations and associated fees are unavailable.
- Archived budgets are unavailable.