Leaders lead. Nancy clearly sees the big picture, impelled by the future, and is not trapped by the vagaries of the present.
District 4 residents and all of her city constituents need to be reminded that Nancy is a proven businesswoman honed on tough decision making.
Good for Greensboro, Nancy’s earned skills arise from a worthy discipline she developed as a public school teacher, a demanding responsibility delivering the virtue of knowledgeable flexibility as a trusted asset.
As time passes, even more Greensboro residents will herald Nancy’s adroit leadership, recognizing she acts for the greater good instead temporary political calculations.
Nancy’s wise decisions will transform the Hobbs-Friendly neighborhood..."
Ivan Saul Cutler
On Nancy Hoffmann's DGI Self Dealing and Conflict of Interest
Kathy Manning, Randall Kaplan's wife, lobbying for a GPAC and their new hotel, with some Nancy Hoffmann, Dawn Chaney and Nancy Vaughan
Will Nancy Hoffman vote to fund DGI this evening, after her "final subission" to be DGI's landlord?
"A member of the Momentum Group, whose principals including Downtown Greensboro Inc. (DGI) board member Nick Piornack, informed three City staff members last week that “75 or 80 percent” of the Cantina was complete. Yet the developers have submitted invoices, and received payments from the City, for all but $1,642.86 of the second $100,000. A guesstimate of the project’s progress appears to be far less than the 75 percent cited.
The Momentum Group has been in discussions with City Council member Nancy Hoffmann to develop a couple of properties Hoffmann recently purchased on Lewis Street, which would utilize the lot she voted to fund for patron parking. Personal guarantees were required from the investor group that included Piornack, whom Nancy Hoffmann nominated for the DGI board.
Previously, Hoffmann consented to allow a tenant to apply for a retail grant for her Elm Street building for electrical work, frame and sheet rock, and plumbing. In my view, the grant, which was funded by a Hoffmann Council vote that allocated monies to DGI, benefited her personal property. At a Council meeting, Hoffmann stated “No taxpayer money was spent on my behalf for the 302/304 South Elm building.”
Sounds like the Lee Comer money and street are a joint Dawn Cheney / Nancy Hoffmann project; Linkfest
How Nancy Hoffmann, Dawn Cheney and the Isaccson's give everyone else's money to their friends, while stiffing East Greensboro
City Councilwoman Nancy Hoffmann signs authorization for tenant to recieve taxpayer money she voted for
Zack Matheny and Nancy Hoffmann "Are NOT Prostitutes … They Are Pimps"; An Adaptation
News and Record Letter to the Editor on Nancy Hoffmann
"No taxpayer money was spent on my behalf for the 302/304 South Elm building." - Nancy Hoffmann