The 2020 elections brought very few changes to the state’s legislative landscape. In the Centralina region, there were 27 races for seats in the N.C. House of Representatives, 24 of which had an incumbent seeking re-election.
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The health and economic crises, triggered by COVID-19, has had profound short-term impacts, some of which have been felt universally and others unequally. As we continue to respond to the public health crisis, it is critical to set ourselves on path for recovery that also addresses long standing racial and economic inequalities across our region.
CONNECT Beyond, our region’s first transit vision and implementation plan, has continued to ramp up since kicking off in February of this year.
Geraldine Gardner, Executive Director at Centralina, spoke with Ken Szymanski on WSGE 91.7FM’s Community Insight program.
Centralina Workforce Development Board Partners to Create an Innovation Approach to Serve Career Seekers and Employers in a COVID-19 World
How do you connect individuals seeking jobs with local employers looking to hire talent during a global pandemic?
Launched by the International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization at the United Nations, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) provides an opportunity for communities around the world to promote a better understanding of the mistreatment of older persons.