One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.


Denise Turner Roth's, and a lot of other entities conflict of interests with Greensboro's taxpayers

If Denise Turner Roth was Vice President for Governmental Affairs and acted as a lobbyist for the taxpayer funded Greensboro Partnership, which funds TREBIC and is a TREBIC member, which worked to eliminate RUCO, and Greensboro's City Council gives $200,000 to the Greensboro Partnership, of which $25,000 goes to Downtown Greensboro Inc. (DGI), on top of more than $200,000 that DGI recieves directly from taxpayers via Greensboro's City Council, along with the Joseph M. Bryan Foundation, (Melvin) 
Cemala Foundation, (Cone)
Bell Foundation (Steven D. Bell, Rental Management),
Brown Investment Properties (TREBIC, Rental Management)
Greensboro Regional Realtors Association (TREBIC)
Cone, Elizabeth W.
Elm Street Center, LLC,
The Carroll Companies, (TREBIC)
Milton Kern & Co., Inc.,
Schwartz, Susan,
and Brown III, Chester H. & Martha, (TREBIC, Rental Management),
how are Greensboro's population not subject to the tyranny of the 1%

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