Charles Duncan

the founding editor for Raleigh Public Record.

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Sharing Sadlack’s Stories

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Sadlack’s Heroes, a longtime Hillsborough Street landmark, will close its doors on Dec. 31. The business is moving downtown, but the building will be demolished to make room for a new hotel. Record reporters and a photographer recently went to Sadlack’s to collect stories from customers and former employees. Continue Reading →

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City Council District A: Wayne Maiorano

 

Wayne Maiorano

District: City Council, District A
Age: 47
Occupation: Attorney
Incumbent: No
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Why should your constituents elect you? I believe Raleigh is a great place and, when elected, I am committed to sit, listen, and learn. I want to understand what is important to people, no matter what their background, no matter what their experience, no matter what their perspective. I am convinced that, if we work together, we can make thoughtful decisions that are focused on doing the right thing for Raleigh. Right now, I truly believe we need a vision, we need a plan, and we need good leadership and I am committed to bringing that to the City Council. Continue Reading →

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City Council District A: Randy Stagner

 

Randy Stagner

District: City Council, District A
Age: 53
Occupation: Retired Army Special Operations Colonel
Incumbent: Yes, 1 term
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Why should your constituents elect you? My constituents should re-elect me based on the fact that I’ve done exactly what I said I would do two years ago. When I knocked on their doors, I would introduce myself, let them know that after 28 years of military service, my wife Deborah and I chose to live in North Raleigh for the quality of life here, that was five years ago, in 2008. I believe that it’s incumbent upon me to preserve and improve upon that quality of life. That quality of life is what attracts a quality workforce, of well-trained, well-educated to Raleigh. Continue Reading →

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