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Tuesday, March 13
West Greenville Community Center
8 Rochester Street
Thursday, March 15
Augusta Road Library
100 Lydia Street
Tuesday, March 20
100 East Park Avenue
Thursday, March 22
Nicholtown Community Center
112 Rebecca Street
The 2010 Census revealed a population shift within the city limits, and as a result, Greenville’s current City Council districts do not meet the guidelines of the Voting Rights Act. Public input meetings are being held in each City Council district to discuss the proposed redistricting plan to redraw the boundary lines for the four voting districts for City Council.
At the meetings, representatives from the City’s Planning & Development Division and the City Attorney’s Office will discuss the proposed changes, answer questions and receive citizen input regarding the proposed changes.
City residents can view the proposed City Council district map and do an address search to determine if the proposed changes will affect them by visiting the City’s web site at http://gis.greenvillesc.gov/ProposedDistricts/. Citizens who are unable to attend one of the meetings can provide feedback on the proposed plan by sending their comments to email@example.com.
I am grateful to everyone who voted for me, encouraged others to vote, made financial contributions to my campaign, and who tirelessly volunteered. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you.
Looking for a way to support my re-election campaign? DONATE today.
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For the past two years (2009-2011) Jil Littlejohn has been working hard for the City of Greenville and especially those who live and work in District 3. Her main focus areas have been:
NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY & COMMUNITY ACCOUNTABILITY
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & AFFORDABLE HOUSING
YOUTH PROGRAMS & PUBLIC EDUCATION
For a summary of each of those program areas
please CLICK HERE.
Contact Jil to find out ways on how you can get involved!
(864) 881 -1 J i l
Top 10 Democratic Accomplishments During the 111th Congress
Now that 2010 and the 111th Congress have drawn to a close, Democrats can reflect on the past two years with pride.
10. Credit card reform (CARD Act) protects Americans from unfair and misleading credit card practices.
9. The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act ensures that all workers in America are paid what they deserve, regardless of race, gender, or age.
8. President Obama nominated and the Senate confirmed Associate Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court.
7. Student loan reform helps make college more affordable for students and families.
6. Wall Street reform holds Wall Street accountable, ends “too big to fail” bailouts, and enacts the strongest consumer protections in history.
5. The New START Treaty keeps America safe and strengthens our global leadership on nuclear weapons issues.
4. “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal ends the discriminatory policy preventing gays and lesbians from serving in America’s armed forces.
3. An end to combat operations in Iraq effectively ends Operation Iraqi Freedom and withdraws 100,000 troops.
2. The Recovery Act has saved and created millions of jobs, investing unprecedented resources in building a new foundation for our country, and preventing a second Great Depression.
1. The Affordable Care Act reformed our country’s broken health care system by holding insurance companies accountable, lowering costs, ensuring greater choice, and improving the quality of care for all Americans.
Enjoy pictures from my trip to Japan!