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A Year As Your Wake County Commissioner

It has been quite a year of nonstop activity serving as Vice-Chair of the Board of Commissioners. The schedule remains full, with ribbon-cutting ceremonies, speeches and meeting the people of Wake County.

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Sig Named 2016 Vice-Chair

Sig was named the 2016 vice-chair for the Wake County Board of Comissioners

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Living Wage Initiative Interview

Hear Sig Hutchinson, Matt Calabria and Chris Fitzsimon discuss the Living Wage Initiative.

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Wake County Transit Plan Unveiled

Wake County unveiling of the recommended Wake County Transit Plan Dec. 8 at the Raleigh Convention Center. Hear Sig’s comments on TWC News.

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Athens Drive Community Library

Recently, the Athens Drive Community Library was set to close after a tough decision by staff to increase efficiencies. Community champions met to devise a plan to keep it open.

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Affordable Housing, Transit Touted to Help Achieve Diverse Schools

Nov 30, 2015

A coalition of mostly Democratic elected officials and community activists is promoting increased affordable housing and public transit instead of student reassignment as ways to help keep up with growth …

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Great Schools Group Praises Wake Commissioners

Nov 30, 2015

Great Schools in Wake lauded outgoing school board Chairwoman Christine Kushner and the new Wake County commissioners at a forum this week. Kushner’s term as Wake County school board chairwoman …

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International Cricket Council leaders visit Morrisville

Nov 30, 2015

Wake County Commissioner Sig Hutchinson takes a swing on the cricket pitch during an impromptu demonstration, with Morrisville Mayor Mark Stohlman catching. Bowling the ball was Parth Patel (not pictured), …

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Wake County Living Wage

Nov 17, 2015

A living wage is so important to the citizens and their family that will be impacted by this boost. It’s also good for the economy, the community and employers.

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