Sunday, March 1, 2015

Sounds like the Lee Comer money and street are a joint Dawn Cheney / Nancy Hoffmann project; Linkfest

give everyone else's money to their friends, while stiffing East Greensboro

Dawn Chaney
Executive committee for The Greensboro Landlord Association
former DGI Chair, and current executive board member past her term limit
RUCO taskforce
Post RUCO study committee
Chair; Greensboro's Redevelopment Commission
Committee to fix DGI, with Zack Matheny and Nancy Vaughan.
Greensboro Downtown Economic Development Strategy Project Committee, Community Stakeholders and Advisory Group
Dawn Chaney contributed to Don Vaughan's campaign fund in 2010.
City Councilwoman Nancy Hoffmann signs authorization for tenant to recieve taxpayer money she voted for

Nancy Hoffmann consented to allowing a tenant to apply for a retail grant for her Elm Street building for electrical work, frame and sheet rock, plumbing, a front window display and a retail sales counter.

Councilwoman Hoffman denied the application existed at Natty Greene's last Thursday evening in front of David Brantly Craft on the second floor.

Mrs. Hoffmann voted for DGI's budget allocation at Council's last meeting, as well as the year before, and now she appears to be self dealing via her new tenant while publicly denying the existence of the pending transaction involving taxpayer monies which voted for to benefit herself.

" the Dec. 17 City Council meeting, Nancy Hoffmann nominated her business partner, Nick Piornack, to Downtown Greensboro Inc.’s board, after voting to loan Piornack’s firm $200,000 for a parking lot that created spots where patrons of her three recently purchased buildings will likely park for a fee.

Hoffmann also nominated the architect for her now-taxpayer-subsidized project at 304 S. Elm via a DGI grant, which city taxpayers funded via a Hoffmann City Council vote. The interior designer for the same property now serves on the Minimum Housing Standards Commission.
Will Nancy Hoffman vote to fund DGI this evening, after her "final submission" to be DGI's landlord?

On Nancy Hoffmann's DGI Self Dealing and Conflict of Interest

"No taxpayer money was spent on my behalf for the 302/304 South Elm building." - Nancy Hoffmann

Developer Can’t Pave Over Holes in City Loan Contract

Nancy Hoffman's campaign contribution connections to Tuesday's Give Away to Greensboro's 1%

Should Nancy Hoffmann now be excused from City Council votes concerning DGI?