Friday, February 27, 2015

Summing Up: Let's Keep Burlington Livable

"What Burlington needs, as the city turns 150 years old, is responsible growth that protects us from gentrification, that keeps the city livable."

It's an honor to run for mayor. I hope these comments, and the others I've made during the race, will persuade you to support my candidacy and vote for preservation and change on March 3.




Upcoming Events
Friday, Feb. 27, 5:30 -- Burlington in 2050: A Mayoral Forum, Arts Riot
Saturday, Feb. 28, 11:30 on -- Mardi Gras
Sunday, March 1 -- Campaign Meeting

March 3 - Greg's Election Day Schedule
7 a.m. - Ward 5 - BED, 585 Pine St.
8 - Ward 6 - Vote at Edmunds, 275 Main St.
9 - Ward 1 - Mater Christi School, 100 Mansfield Ave.
10 - Ward 8 - Memorial Auditorium, 145 South Union St.
11 - Ward 4 - St. Mark's Youth Center, 1271 North Ave.
12 - Ward 7 - Robert Miller Recreation Center, 130 Gosse Ct.
4 p.m. - Ward 2 - Arts Academy / HO Wheeler, 6 Archibald Ave.
5 - Ward 3 -Sustainability Academy / Barnes, 123 North St.
6 - Arts Riot Social - Ward 5, at Art's Riot, 400 Pine St.
7 - Ward 6 - return to watch start of count
7:30 - Home at 300 Maple St - watch/hear/get returns
8-9 - to Old North End for party

No comments:

Post a Comment