Charlotte Mayor Talks Transit Sales Tax, Nondiscrimination Ordinance, New City Council Appointment
Charlotte Talks With Mike Collins
On the February installment of "Mike and the Mayor," Vi Lyles discusses the latest on the proposed transportation sales tax increase, work on a nondiscrimination ordinance and the pushback City Council has received over the Greg Phipps appointment.
Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles on the Resiliency of Black Women and Previewing the RNC Coming to Her City
MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"When I think about Black women, we're not allowed to stumble," says Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles. But she also recognizes the strength it takes to be Black in America, and she sees that in Senator Kamala Harris, making her that much more hopeful for a Biden/Harris victory in November. She joins the show to discuss the Democratic Convention, for which she is acting as a surrogate for the Biden/Harris campaign, and also shares some interesting in information on the RNC, happening in her city next week. Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The mayor of the Carolinas largest metro shares her idea of community priorities and is joined by Statesville Chamber boss David Bradley and Winthrop University Political Science professor, Dr. Karen Kderowski.
CFH Episode 3: Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts Discusses Fintech and The Future of Charlotte
The Fintech Moshpit - Powered by Carolina Fintech Hub
Mayor Jennifer Roberts joins CFH Executive Director Tariq Bokhari for a wide-ranging discussion including where she found her passion, why Fintech is so important to her and to the city of Charlotte, how HB2 affected the city, her future, and much more. Source
WFAE Talks: Will GOP Win Charlotte Mayor's Race Again? Plus, Our New Reporter Is...
Republicans held the Charlotte mayor's seat for 22 straight years. That run ended in 2009. As the city's Democratic and unaffiliated voter rolls grow, do Republicans have a chance at winning the seat again? Plus, Sarah Delia discusses her interview with musician Ben Folds. And our newest reporter is...well, you'll have to listen to find out.
WFAE Talks, Episode 55: School Budget Uncertainty, Charlotte Mayor's Race, Cleaner Air
In this episode, the trio of WFAE's Greg Collard, Lisa Worf and Ben Bradford discuss lawmakers' tardiness in approving a state budget and the uncertainty that's giving school districts. The Charlotte area finally meets a federal ozone standard, but probably not for long. Plus, we discuss our upcoming coverage of the Charlotte mayor's race and a package of candidate interviews that we're calling The 15th Floor .