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Dred’s Diiscussion

Dred’s Diiscussion

Blog 8 Such as it is, this is Dred’s Discussion, your look at your municipal government, from street level. After days, weeks, and months of silence in the midst of front page Covid-19 coverage Jay Wagner remains quiet as Guilford County Covid numbers soared past...
Dred’s Discussion

Dred’s Discussion

Such as it is, this is Dred’s Discussion, your look at municipal government from street level. The HPPD has been conducting a PR campaign by recently raiding area drug houses, giving credit to concerned citizens’ call-ins. This writer submits HPPD has known about...
Your POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE at work

Your POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE at work

Our committee began its efforts to Get Out The Vote in mid-March with the chairman and several members participating in virtual training on the VAN system, a program with a robust database of eligible and registered voters. Despite many efforts, none of us...
Dred’s Discussion

Dred’s Discussion

Such as it is, this is Dred’s Discussion, a look at HP city government from street level. Juneteenth was celebrated in HP at the old Brentwood Street School. Though several city and county officials participated the city did not officially support the event. Traffic...
Dred’s Discussion

Dred’s Discussion

Apparently city government has chosen to keep its head low, with the exception of the HPPD. Such as it is , this is Dred’s Discussion, a look at HP city government from street level. I’m not sure if Police Chief Ken Shultz is taking credit for what he appears to think...
Dred’s Discussion

Dred’s Discussion

Here’s a look at city government from street level. More than 100 HP police officers would start using body-worn cameras under a budget proposal. Chief Ken Shultz is asking for 135 new camera systems that include separate in-car and body camera components. City...