Bob Hall Comments on Raleigh City Council’s Abuse of Democracy

Bob Hall Comments on Raleigh City Council’s Abuse of Democracy

For more than 50 years, Bob Hall has been North Carolina's foremost advocate for the idea that government should be for the people, ALL the people and not for the corporations and the wealthy.   Below are excerpts of what Bob had to say when he spoke at Livable...

What’s Next for Democracy in Raleigh?

What’s Next for Democracy in Raleigh?

A virtual Community Conversation with Panel Q&A about challenges to Raleigh’s democratic processes. Join our panelists to discuss the future of democracy in Raleigh and get answers to your questions about city elections, the future of community engagement and what...

Raleigh City Election Emergency Meeting – Poll Results

Raleigh City Election Emergency Meeting – Poll Results

The results are in from the polls we conducted during our recent virtual Emergency Public Meeting to discuss the next Raleigh City Elections which have been delayed until November 2022 by City Council BEHIND CLOSED DOORS with NO PUBLIC NOTICE, NO PUBLIC INPUT and NO...

Register here for our June 14 TIG Forum; It’s FREE

Register here for our June 14 TIG Forum; It’s FREE

On May 4th Raleigh City Council committed up to $75 million, and probably a great deal more, to something it considers a high-priority need.Is it homelessness? Road repairs? Public schools?  No, it’s boosting developers’ profits.It sounds ridiculous. And it...

What Are Tax Increment Grants? (TIGs) A Community Conversation

What Are Tax Increment Grants? (TIGs) A Community Conversation

Saturday, Feb 20, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon   Livable Raleigh will host a Community Conversation over Zoom. Tax-increment grants to developers have never been approved in Raleigh or Wake County. But developer John Kane is asking for a giant TIG for his Downtown South...

Raleigh City Elections 2021 – Q&A Forum

Raleigh City Elections 2021 – Q&A Forum

Saturday, Jan 30, 10:00 am - 11:30 am Livable Raleigh will host a Community Forum over Zoom. ALL are welcome! We want to hear YOUR voice! What issues are important to you for 2021?   We will discuss Livable Raleigh's activities in 2020 and plans for 2021,...