Pasquotank County, once part of the very first county established in North Carolina, logged another first this July: It became the first county to adopt the Fair County Redistricting Resolution! It also announced dates for its public hearings. Read all about the opportunities for public input to the new district lines in this story from the Elizabeth City Daily Advance. Here are some key quotes from the Daily Advance story: Pasquotank residents will have three opportunities this fall to weigh in on the new redistricting plan for four of the seven seats on the county Board of Commissioners. Commissioners voted… Read More »Public participation in local redistricting gains momentum!
Full details from the Rhino Times: A resolution on the agenda for the Tuesday, July 13 City Council meeting will be the first action in the City Council redistricting process that will take place this fall. The Greensboro City Council elections have been delayed to March and April or May2022, in order for this redistricting process to take place. However, preliminary figures indicate that because Greensboro has grown in population at a rate of less than 1 percent a year since 2010, the city likely will not be required to redistrict. In 2011, the City Council was not required to… Read More »Greensboro first NC city to adopt the Fair Counties NC Resolution