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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.


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.


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.


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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