Tuesday, October 4, 2011

If both Downtown Greensboro and the Greensboro Partnership receive taxpayer dollars…

…why did the Greensboro Partnership, a Trebic member,
give Downtown Greensboro $25,000 in 2009?

Better is a little with righteousness
than great income with injustice.

Proverbs 16:8

Why is the City of Greensboro giving $120,000
to the Downtown Greensboro Improvement Corporation
on Tuesday, June 14th?
page 117, fourth quarter contribution = $480,000 per year?

Questions for America, September 30th, 2009

Notable Downtown Greensboro Contributors

Greensboro Partnership, $25,000.00

Triad Watch
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Joseph M. Bryan Foundation, $11,000.00
Cemala Foundation, $10,000.00
Bell Foundation (Steven D. Bell), $5,000.00
Brown Investment Properties, $1,500.00
Greensboro Regional Realtors Association, $1,210.00
Cone, Elizabeth W., $1,000.00
Elm Street Center, LLC, $1,000.00
The Carroll Companies, $550.00
Milton Kern & Co., Inc., $250.00
Signature Property Group, Inc., $250.00
Schwartz, Susan, $125.00
Brown III, Chester H. & Martha, $100.00
He who oppresses the poor to make more for himself
or who gives to the rich, will only come to poverty.

Proverbs 22:16
Notable Downtown Greensboro Board Members

Brenda Jones Fox, Guilford County

Mayor Bill Knight

Rashad Young, City of Greensboro

Mike Winstead, Guilford County Commissioner, Trebic Member
He who oppresses the poor to make more for himself
or who gives to the rich, will only come to poverty.

Proverbs 22:16

Dan Lynch, President of the Greensboro Partnership
Greensboro Economic Development Alliance,
whose board members include Linda Shaw and Nancy Vaughan

Amelia Parker, executive director of the International Civil Rights Museum

Betty Cone, who worked for former Mayor Johnson’s campaign

Susan Schwartz, board member of the Children’s Museum,
which received $100,000 in Greensboro’s 2010/11 budget.

Milton Kern

Al Leonard, Carroll Companies, Trebic
who works for Roy E. Carroll III, a major campaign contributor
and board member of the Greensboro Partnership

Robbie Perkins 10/13/09 $250 Roy

Robbie Perkins 10/19/09 $100 Vanessa Carroll

Jim Kee 10/27/09 $100 Vanessa Carroll

Jim Kee 10/27/09 $250 Roy

Jim Kee 10/27/09 $100 Alvin Leonard, Carroll Companies

Zack Matheny 10/23/09 $100 Alvin Leonard, Carroll Companies

Zack Matheny 10/23/09 $250 Roy

Zack Matheny 10/23/09 $100 Vanessa Carroll

Linda Shaw, 09, Roy Carroll, $500

Jim Kee, 10/27/09, $100, Vanessa Y. Carroll

Jim Kee, 10/27/09, $250, Roy E. Carroll

Jim Kee, 10/27/09, $100, Alvin C. Leonard Jr.

Better is a little with righteousness
than great income with injustice.

Proverbs 16:8

Seth Coker, Signature Property Group, Trebic,
who’s partner Frank Auman is a major political campaign contributor.

Seth Coker, Robbie Perkins, 10/18/09, $100

Seth Coker, Zack Matheny, 08/06/09, $100

Frank Auman, Zack Matheny, 08/28/07, $500

Frank Auman, Zack Matheny, 08/11/09, $500

Frank Auman, Robbie Perkins, 09/15/09, $250

Frank Auman, 09/28/09, Mary Rakestraw, $500
The art of government
consists of taking as much money as possible from one party of citizens
to give to the other


Henri Fourrier, President/CEO/Director of Marketing/Communications
Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

The same Henri Fourrier
who sold Greensboro’s electorate on an Aquatic Center
with a non-independent, non third party “hypothetical”
that will most likely cost Greensboro millions
in principal, interest, operating and maintenance costs?

Questions for America, December 3rd, 2009

E. Durant Bell, Bell & Company, Zack Matheny’s employer

Zack Matheny, 06/26/07, $250

Jonathan D. Bell , 06/21/07, Zack Matheny, $1,000

Steven D. Bell, Zack Matheny, 08/03/07, $250

Jonathan D. Bell, Zack Matheny, 08/06/09, $300

Steven D. Bell, Zack Matheny, 09/21/09, $500

Steve Bell, Robbie Perkins, 10/12/09, $750

When buying and selling are controlled by legislation
the first thing to be bought and sold are legislators

P J O'Rourke

Kimberly Brown

Chester Brown, Trebic

Chester Brown III, Zack Matheny, 6/21/2007, $500

Chester Brown Jr., Zack Matheny, 10/09/07, $100

Chester Brown Jr., Zack Matheny, 10/07/09, $75

Fascism should more appropriately be called corporatism
because it is the merger of state and corporate power

Benito Mussolini

George House, Downtown Hotel,
Partner Randall Kaplan is a Greensboro Partnership board member

John Lomax, Trebic

A democracy will continue to exist
up until the time that voters discover
that they can vote themselves generous gifts from the public treasury

From that moment on
the majority always votes for the candidates
who promise the most benefits…
with the result that every democracy
will finally collapse due to loose fiscal policy…

…nations always progressed through the following sequence

From bondage to spiritual faith
from spiritual faith to great courage
from courage to liberty, from liberty to abundance
from abundance to complacency
from complacency to apathy
from apathy to dependence
from dependence back into bondage


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