Let's not forget about Zack, Roy and the Curfew: How much more could Roy and friends make, if they use the government to eliminate their downtown competition?

Ed Wolverton, [Downtown Greensboro Incorportated’s] president and CEO,
said the organization will continue to partner with the city and police department
to raise the safety level at night to that of the daytime.

Dioni L. Wise
"Regarding curfews, Matheny said the issue came out of feedback
from downtown stakeholders who say that minors who could not get into bars
are hanging out downtown until 2am.
Roy Carroll, whose Center Point project sits at the heart of downtown,.
said he was pleased with what he heard Wednesday,
adding action was needed."
Ryan SealsGreensboro News & Record
How could "downtown stakeholders"
not refer to the publicly funded Downtown Greensboro?

Notable Downtown Greensboro Contributors

Greensboro Partnership, $25,000.00

Triad Watch
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Joseph M. Bryan Foundation, $11,000.00
Cemala Foundation, $10,000.00
Bell Foundation (Steven D. Bell), $5,000.00
Brown Investment Properties, $1,500.00
Greensboro Regional Realtors Association, $1,210.00
Cone, Elizabeth W., $1,000.00
Elm Street Center, LLC, $1,000.00 (downtown hotel)
The Carroll Companies, $550.00
Milton Kern & Co., Inc., $250.00
Signature Property Group, Inc., $250.00
Schwartz, Susan, $125.00
Brown III, Chester H. & Martha, $100.00
He who oppresses the poor to make more for himself
or who gives to the rich, will only come to poverty.

Proverbs 22:16
Notable Downtown Greensboro Board Members

Brenda Jones Fox, Guilford County

Mike Winstead, Guilford County Commissioner, TREBIC
who has contributed to both Zack and Robbie
Dan Lynch, President of the the partly publicly funded Greensboro Partnership
whose Action Greensboro gave $70,000 to promote the bond vote in 2008
and gave $10,500 to promote the Quarter Cent Tax Increase in 2010,
the Greensboro Economic Development Alliance,
whose board members include Linda Shaw,

who recieved campaign contributions from Roy Carroll and Richard Beard
right before AMEX bought their Guilford County real estate,
and Nancy Vaughan,
who recieved campaign contributions from Downtown Greensboro Board Members
Milton Kern, (downtown hotel)
Randall Kaplan, (downtown hotel) whose patner George House is on the Board
and Frank Auman, whose partner Seth Coker is on the board.

Amelia Parker, executive director of the International Civil Rights Museum

Betty Cone, who worked for former Mayor Johnson’s campaign

Susan Schwartz, board member of the Children’s Museum,
which received $100,000 from Greensboro’s 2010/11 budget

Al Leonard, Carroll Companies, Trebic, Center Pointe
who works for Roy E. Carroll III, a major campaign contributor
and board member of the Greensboro Partnership

Roy E and Vanessa Y Carroll's
North Carolinians for Leadership in Government PAC
gave Zack, Diane, Robbie, Trudy, Kirk Perkins, Paul Gibson, Yvonne, and Sandra
$1000 each in 2007.

The art of government
consists of taking as much money as possible from one party of citizens
to give to the other


E. Durant Bell, Bell & Company, Zack Matheny’s ex employer,
who's family and other employees have made at least 12 campaign contributions
to Zack and Robbie since 2007.
When buying and selling are controlled by legislation
the first thing to be bought and sold are legislators

P J O'Rourke

Kimberly Brown

Chester Brown, TREBIC
Who's family has contributed to Zack, Robbie and Trudy's campaigns.

Fascism should more appropriately be called corporatism
because it is the merger of state and corporate power

Benito Mussolini

George House, Downtown Hotel,
Partner Randall Kaplan is a Greensboro Partnership board member


Anonymous said...

the curfew was about BLACK KIDs...period. Roy is very much afraid of Blacks...how many minorities work for him? Politically correct bigotry

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous- I heard that before.
Rumor Alert-African American individual or couples never seem to "qualify" for financing @ Center Pointe...why not?