Thursday, August 11, 2016

One reason why Greensboro and Guilford County's water rates have gone up so much

"The city has taken the burden off landlords for tenants’ unpaid water bills.

…the rest of the city’s water users will have to pick up the costs for unpaid bills…

It is debt that other water users would have to cover, according to a staff memo."

Guess how much of our local political campaigns are funded by 'landlords'

Amanda Lehmert
Formerly of the Greensboro News and Record,
now a City of Greensboro employee
Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Notice the link to nowhere;

How much did the city spend to get the sewer line 
installed under I-40 for Roy Carroll's AMEX backup data center project?

George Hartzman

"According to the Water Resources department, “The City is currently processing the final invoice on this project. 

The total project cost is $2,073,885.89.” 

Please let me know if you need any additional information. 


Public Records Administrator
Communications Division
City of Greensboro"

Roy Carroll funded every winning City Council candidate in 2015

Congratulations Roy.

AMEX and Roy received a $2,073,885.89 incentive no one knew about.

Feel like Greensboro's taxpayers have been misled?

I think those who feel that way are correct.