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No fly zone: City panel votes to remove Bird scooters

    No fly zone: City panel votes to remove Bird scooters

Just a few months after they landed on street corners across the city, on Monday, Nov. 19, the Public Safety Committee voted 3-1 to remove all Bird Scooters from public sidewalks.

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Montgomery to step down from City Council on Nov. 5

    Montgomery to step down from City Council  on Nov. 5

Derwin Montgomery has announced that he will step down from representing the East Ward on the Winston-Salem City Council on Nov. 5. Montgomery, who is also co-owner of the Chronicle,

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Council finds 2-step solution

    Council finds 2-step solution

Filling East Ward vacancy to include temporary appointment The Winston-Salem City Council has decided to appoint someone to temporarily fill the East Ward seat and then hold a special election,

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Council does about face

    Council does about face

Officials delay decision on how to fill Montgomery’s seat after backlash The City Council put on hold its decision on how to pick a replacement for the East Ward City

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City passes budget

    City passes budget

The Winston-Salem City Council passed its $530 million budget with no tax increase on Monday, June 18, with a commitment to raise the minimum wage for city workers to $15 by 2021.

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Fair advertising goes to local firm after diversity controversy

    Fair advertising goes to local firm after diversity controversy

The City Council unanimously voted to give a one-year $230,000 contract to Wildfire LLC for advertising and marketing the fair.

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City bonds move forward for public comment

    City bonds move forward for public comment

The City of Winston-Salem will be holding community meetings starting March 21 on a potential $122 million in bonds that may be on the November ballot.

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City Council splits over fair advertising and earmarking

    City Council splits over fair advertising and earmarking

The City Council had split votes involving Dixie Classic Fair advertising after the top bidder was found to have no

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City begins meetings on new bonds

    City begins meetings on new bonds

A 2018 bond referendum is getting closer to reality as the City Council held a special meeting on Monday, Jan. 29.

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MLK Burger King rezoning delayed; Hawley House expansion approved

    MLK Burger King rezoning delayed;  Hawley House expansion approved

The Winston-Salem City Council approved rezoning that’ll let Hawley House expand and delayed a vote on the Burger King on

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