Michelle Kennedy Proclaims Candidate for Greensboro Metropolis Council | Native information

GREENSBORO – The director of the Interactive Resource Center and a member of the Greensboro Human Relations Commission has announced that she is applying for a seat on the city council on a broad basis.

Michelle Kennedy said she will fight for economic development that includes living wages, encourages investment in neighborhoods and affordable housing, and works to establish transparency and accountability with both police and city officials.

“I believe that a new leadership can better handle the challenges our city faces,” she said.

“I understand the power of fellowship and know that with your help we can build the Greensboro that all of our children deserve. I will advocate policies that reflect progressive solutions to our city’s challenges and work to help Greensboro lead by example. “

Kennedy, 42, has two children – Damian, a 2017 Grimsley High School graduate, and Maddie, an aspiring fourth grader from New Garden Friends School. They live in Lindley Park.

Election day is November 7th. The primaries, if necessary in the big race, will take place on October 10th.

Contact Margaret Moffett at 336-373-7031 and follow @MargaretMoffett on Twitter.

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