Greensboro, North Carolina
The city of Greensboro, North Carolina will hold elections for mayor and city council on November 3, 2015. A primary will take place on October 6, 2015. The filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election is not yet announced. All eight city council seats are up for election.
|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
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.
- Greensboro Wikipedia
- Guilford County Elections, "2014-15 Election Schedule," accessed September 19, 2014
- General fund
- Greensboro federal stimulus
- Calendar, meetings, and agendas
- Elected officials
- Administrative officials
- Forecast bids
- - local Public records
- Tax revenue
- Tax rates
- Zoning broken links