"The Savannah Regional Central Labor Council PROUDLY endorses Bill Durrence for Alderman 2nd District. How you vote is your choice but we have done the research and believe Bill has the best interest of ALL working families. VOTE November 5th!" #Endorsements #BillDurrence #SecondDistrict
The Committee to Elect Bill Durrence began a successful campaign in July of 2019 with a total of $174.76 remaining from the 2015 campaign. A local publication incorrectly reported that the Durrence campaign had $73,614 coming into the 2019 campaign when in fact, that was the amount raised and spent for Durrence's 2015 election. Considering the fact that Durrence's opponent who is running in his third election, failed to submit the legally required disclosures for the entire c
EDIT TO INCLUDE STATEMENT ON OCTOBER 25, 2019: Mr. Leggett is a seasoned candidate having run for office twice previously – so missing the filing deadlines for all required campaign contribution disclosure statements – four in total – is more than an oversight as suggested by Mr. Leggett. Rather it illustrates a glaring failure to pay any attention to the basic, fundamental pillar of transparency, the sources for collection and the disbursement of campaign funds. It doesn’t m
Multiple events are happening in Savannah this weekend and residents should be aware of the logistics and parking/road closure information. This information was just made available to City Council members and I wanted to get this out to constituents as quickly as possible as I know most in the Second District will feel the impact in some way. October 24 - 27 Weekend Logistics Parking and Road Closure Information #CityofSavannah #SpecialEvents #EventOrdinance
The City of Savannah will hold a major block party at the Waters Avenue Shopping Center to celebrate revitalization and the Arts on Waters program. There will be art exhibition, community services booths, health screenings, fitness demo, live performances, arts & crafts, food trucks and more. You can check out DJ Wildlyfe Beezy spinnin’ the tunes. It all starts at 10 a.m. on November 16th and lasts until 1 p.m. The Waters Avenue corridor is undergoing revitalization and st
The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah are accepting applications beginning through Friday, October 25, and 2019 at 5:00 p.m. for appointment to the following Boards, Commissions and Authorities: CHATHAM-SAVANNAH AUTHORITY FOR THE HOMELESS. Nineteen (19) members appointed to overlapping four-year (4) terms. Four (4) appointed by City Council to develop and oversee implementation of comprehensive plan for public and private agencies to deal effectively with problems of
Responses to the Candidate Questionnaire issued by Bike Walk Savannah: We believe our Mayoral and aldermanic candidates should work to make Savannah’s streets and communities safe for people of all ages and abilities — no matter their mode of transportation.
In September we distributed a survey to our members and supporters and asked them to rank areas related to mobility issues, specifically issues facing people who bike and walk. Their responses were used to craft the que
[SAVANNAH, Ga] -- Bill Durrence, candidate for re-election for Savannah's Second District Alderman seat, has received three endorsements from local, regional and state organizations. The Police Benevolent Association of Georgia has officially endorsed Durrence for District Two and will ask their members to cast ballots in his favor.
Also endorsing Durrence, the Savannah Regional Central Labor Council who will advocate for Durrence's re-election among their members as well
From: Bigger Pie <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2019 3:28 PM To: Bill Durrence Subject: Arts and Culture Candidate Questionnaire Dear Mr. Durrence,
We've met before, but I'm writing to you today as Executive Director of the Arts Advocacy organization Bigger Pie. This correspondence is on behalf of a coalition of over 35 artists and art organizations, including the Arts and Culture Alliance of Chatham County, Deep Center, Arts Georgia, Americans for the A