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It has been an honor to represent you on the Greensboro City Council representing District 2 and I look forward to continuing to fight for you, our district and our city at-large. Together we have made some good strides forward but we have so much more to do and we cannot be satisfied with where we are. I wanted to share with you about the State of the District to let you know about some of the accomplishments currently underway, planned or complete. As you can tell, there are a variety of activities that are going to or already have made a positive impact on our community.
The projects range from: improvements at Keeley Park, Advancement of Nealtown/Cone Connection and Summit Avenue Streetscape, upgrades at Smith Senior Center, exciting developments at Revolution Mills, transferring War Memorial Stadium to NC A&T State University, Solar Panel farm at the landfill, to the expansion of facilities at Bryan Park, to continued construction of the Downtown Greenway, to the exciting groundbreakings at the future home of Union Square Campus, Public Art installations at Ole Asheboro Park, the Renaissance Co-op and Renaissance Shops on Phillips Avenue. I have led many city-wide efforts like creating the City Council Committee Structure, $15/hour Living Wage, Greensboro Restoration Academy for ex-offenders, Annual Restock Your Shelves Food Drive, Greensboro College Commission, the Guilford Cup Challenge in partnership with Guilford County and the Community Food Task Force to End Hunger in Greensboro to name a few.
It is going to take us more time so I need your support in continuing along on this new path for opportunity in Greensboro and for our district in the fight to get things done for you. I understand the obstacles that we face as a city as it relates to increase in unemployment, job growth and creation, small business growth, housing conditions, budget shortfalls, and crime to name a few.
I humbly ask that you click the volunteer tab for an exciting opportunity to lead your community to prosperity because YOU matter and YOU will make the difference. All contributions are accepted and needed on any level of donation. To make your donation and join this new path click the Donate tab and encourage others to follow your leadership and do the same.
Together we will continue to strengthen our community and sense of identity. I will continue to be a good steward of tax payer dollars by prioritizing the city budget, monitoring cuts, support small businesses by making sure they have what they need to be grow, expand, and sustain their business, and continue thinking outside the box for solutions to address many of our community ills.
We can do this as a team so let’s work together to bring greater quality of life to live, work, and raise a family in our community. Remember, in Unity as a Community we can bring greater Opportunity in District 2 and within Greensboro.
I’m proud of investments being made in our community and hope you will join me in sharing this great news with your neighbors. We still have much work left to be done, but as you are out and about in the city over the next several weeks and months, take note of these improvements and continue to keep me in the loop on your ideas, suggestions and concerns.
Thank you for your support.
Jamal T. Fox, Greensboro City Council District 2
Across the board, voters returned Greensboro City Council incumbents to office by resounding margins in Tuesday’s general election. Voters also approved doubling council terms to four years, beginning in 2017. This is the first time since 2005 that Greensboro reelected its mayor. Nancy Vaughan, who was elected as mayor in 2013 after several terms on […]View
If you vote in the Greensboro City Council election Tuesday, Nov. 3, that will make you one of the elite few in Greensboro who care enough about city government to take the ten minutes or so out of your day to go vote. The predicted voter turnout is less than 10 percent. If twice as […]View
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Dear Mr Fox, Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to meet with members of the Triad Central Labor Council. We are pleased to inform you that the Triad Labor Council and the North Carolina State AFL-CIO have endorsed your candidacy for Greensboro City Council. We will inform our members of this […]View
District 2 City Councilman Jamal Fox was incredulous during a recent interview when his opponent, Thessa Pickett, made an unfavorable reference to career politicians.“Twenty-three months and I’m a career politician?” he asked. Maybe it seems he’s been in office longer. “The last two years have been tough but exciting. We’ve moved a lot of things […]View
College students from North Carolina A&T State University, Bennett College and neighboring Greensboro institutions, you have a voice as a college student and your voice is needed in this upcoming election. Register to vote by Friday, October 9th and participate in the upcoming election Tuesday, November 3rd. You have a voice in the Greensboro community and your voice will be heard!
Rich and OW interview Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan and Councilman Jamal Fox.