Sig Files For Re-Election

As a Valentine’s gift to Wake County, Sig Hutchinson filed for re-election to be the District 1 Wake County Commissioner this morning.

Public Education

Sig spent September 20th as a teacher’s assistant for the day at Knightdale Elementary School.

Food Insecurity

The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina addresses food insecurity in Wake County. Sig visited the Food Bank and worked with volunteers to prepare sweet potatoes into meals.

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.

A park or a quarry? RDU weighs two visions for 105 acres of its land.

Oct 12, 2017

  BY RICHARD STRADLING The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority has received two offers to lease 105 acres of airport land near Umstead State Park: one from a conservation group that wants …

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Wake County one step closer to fining drivers who pass stopped school buses

Oct 2, 2017

We’ve showed you the videos of a child getting off a school bus, narrowly missed by a car racing past. Wake County is one step closer to charging people hundreds …

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Billion-dollar school bond likely on Wake ballot in 2018

Sep 13, 2017

Wake County voters will likely be asked to approve a nearly $1 billion bond referendum for school construction in 2018. Twenty-seven new schools are on the Wake County Public School …

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Solutions to Wake Affordable Housing Crisis

Sep 11, 2017

by Thomas Goldsmith on Mon, Sep 11, 2017 Solutions to Wake County’s growing affordable housing crisis could require substantial new revenue and changes to county land-use policies, according to a draft presentation on …

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