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Jan 14, 2009


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let me also add what happened after the luncheon,

There was one person in attendence who I had the opportunity to talk to after the meeting and it happen to be former Greensboro Mayor Carolyn Allen , here his her bio

"Mayor Allen, whose public service extends back over more than 30 years, will mark 10 years of service on the Greensboro City Council in December of 1999 having first been elected as an at-large member and Mayor Pro Tem in 1989 and again in 1991. In 1993, she was elected Mayor of Greensboro, the first woman to hold this office. She was subsequently re-elected twice (in 1995 and 1997)." (source Greensboro press release from 1999).

While talking with Carolyn Allen after the luncheon the question was asked are you for bringing back Protest Petitions to the citizens of Greensboro. The ex mayor said "YES" and I said can I quote you on that and she said "YES". It is great to hear a ex city council member and ex mayor come out in support of Protest Petitions for the citizens of Greensboro let's see on Janiary 21, 2009 where the current members stand.

THere might just be another ex city council member who will be in support of this with a letter to the editor of the Greensboro News and Record from conversation at the luncheon.


Allen Johnson has a few things to say about how our state representatives feel about this total injustice to the citizens of Greensboro, here is the post

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