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.

If you’re a working woman in Wake, the man in the next cubicle likely makes more money

Jul 17, 2017

BY PAUL A. SPECHT The gender pay gap is wider in Wake County than in two comparable counties across the nation, according to a recent report. Women in Wake earn …

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Help sought for residents being forced from Garner apartment complex

May 19, 2017

Wake County and Garner officials on Friday called on area landlords to help find housing for dozens of families being forced from an apartment complex in Garner because of a …

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A Year As Your Wake County Commissioner – Newsletter

Jun 30, 2016

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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Raleigh Best City For Fit, Happy Men

Jan 8, 2016

The News & Observer reports that the most recent issue of Men’s Health magazine lists Raleigh as the Number 1 city in America for men who are fit and happy. …

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