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Graham files for Town Board; mayor facing a challenge?

election 2011 bugDavidson homebuilder Rodney Graham on Tuesday registered as a candidate for the Davidson Board of Commissioners, becoming the third challenger in a widening race for the five seats. Meanwhile, a group local citizens calling itself Davidson Coalition for Fiscal Responsibility plans a meeting Wednesday night at St. Alban’s Church, where an unnamed resident plans to announce a challenge to Mayor John Woods. Also, the field for the school board at-large race continues to grow, with eight candidates now registered for the three seats.

GRAHAM IN THE RACE

Rodney Graham

Rodney Graham

Rodney Graham filed as a candidate in the Davidson Town Board race Tuesday. He joins Mickey Pettus and Kristen Coupal, who filed last week.

They’re all challenging for one of the five commissioner seats. Just who they’ll be challenging is still not clear: As of Tuesday afternoon, neither Mayor John Woods nor the board’s five incumbents had filed. The mayor and some board members have said they plan to seek re-election. Longtime Commissioner Margo Williams has said she has not made up her mind.

Mr. Graham is the owner of John Marshall Custom Homes and lives in the St. Alban’s neighborhood. He is a frequent commentator on town issues on this site, and also ran unsuccessfully in 2007, when he finished eighth of nine candidates.

In a statement Tuesday afternoon, he said, “I am looking forward to a positive campaign and a frank discussion of the challenges and opportunities facing our town.”

“I ran for Town Board unsuccessfully in 2007, coming within 100 votes of earning a seat. I’m struck by how many of the issues I raised in 2007 are still with us in 2011, and how many opportunities we have to make Davidson an even better place to live,” he said in the statement.

Mr. Graham said he is not part of any slate, and said he is “as independent as ever.” He said in the statement that he is committed to “respect and preservation of our historic character, protection of the environment, and support for a diversity of housing types, including affordable housing, throughout Davidson.”

He also is calling for an end to the consensus approach of previous boards. “You’ve heard of ‘Hawaii 5-0.’ If there was a TV show about Davidson government they would call it ‘Davidson 5-0′ because just about every vote of our Town Board is a unanimous one,” he said.

Mr. Graham lives in the St. Alban’s neighborhood with his wife Melissa and children Marshall and Emma Claire, both students at Davidson Elementary School. He has served on several committees in Davidson, and is vice-President of the Davidson Lands Conservancy.

Read Mr. Graham’s full announcement, CLICK HERE »

CONCERNED CITIZENS TO MEET

A group calling itself the Davidson Coalition for Fiscal Responsibility circulated a statement on Tuesday outlining its plans to be “active” in the 2011 election and seek change in Town Hall. The group plans a public meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, where organizers say an unnamed challenger will announce plans to challenge Mayor John Woods in the November election.

DavidsonNews.net received the statement from Vince Winegardner, a River Run resident and Davidson Planning Board member who has helped organize other meetings recently among citizens concerned about the town finances, the town’s 2007 purchase of the MI-Connection Communications System, and property taxes.

Mr. Winegardner and the coalition say they think it’s time to end what they call “groupthink” in Town Hall. In the statement circulated Tuesday, the group said, “So why is Davidson … in the current financial shape which undermines everything we want our town to be?  Our town leaders were handpicked through an appointment process that promotes a collegial atmosphere and discourages disagreement. There are many examples of this ‘groupthink.’”

“The ‘Davidson Way’ is not working at Town Hall,” the statement said.

The coalition also wants the town to appoint an independent panel to study how the town should proceed with its investment in the money-losing MI-Connection Communications System.

Read the full position statement (PDF).

SCHOOL BOARD RACE GROWS

Three at-large seats on the Charlotte Mecklenburg School Board are up for election this year, and with two of the three current seat-holders stepping down, it could be a crowded race. As of Tuesday afternoon, eight candidates had filed.

Incumbent at-large board member Kaye McGarry has said she’s considering running again. She sent out a media advisory last week promising “an important announcement” this Friday, July 15, at 10:30 a.m., at the Mecklenburg Board of Elections office in Charlotte.

Fellow at-large members Trent Merchant and Joe White have said they don’t plan to run again.

On Monday, Charlottean Brian Edwards formally became a candidate. On Friday, Larry Bumgarner and Ken Nelson entered the race.
They joined Elyse Dashew, Keith Hurley, DeShauna McLamb, Tim Morgan, and Hans Plotseneder, who all filed previously. Mr. Morgan is currently the school board representative from District 6.

RELATED LINKS

July 12, 2011, Rodney Graham’s candidacy announcement (PDF)

July 12, 2011, Davidson Coalition for Fiscal Responsibility Position statement (PDF)

Mecklenburg Board of Elections website, MeckBoe.org

July 1, 2011, “Coupal and Pettus file for Town Board election.”

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6 Responses to “Graham files for Town Board; mayor facing a challenge?”

  1. Bob Manning says:

    To any and all who seek membership on the Davidson Town Board, so that it might become easier to build what will profit you most, rather than what might be good for the town:

    During the Nazi occupation of France, two German officers were having a drink in a Paris nightspot. The place was subdued — people drank, but no one sang, no one danced, no one laughed … none of the famous Parisian gaiete´ was in evidence. Finally, one of the men asked a nearby patron if the stories of the infamous night life in Paris were overblown.

    “Ah, non, monsieur. In the old days, ahhh … then it was wonderful. But now … ” He shrugged his shoulders. “You see, you should have been here before you came.”

    It is not my purpose to question Mr. Graham’s intentions, or those of the other candidates. It is my purpose to ask that members of the next Town Board be as careful in preserving small town Davidson as those boards of the past have been.

  2. Shelley Rigger says:

    I hope our community will be able to differentiate between consensus and compromise. A 5-0 vote can be an indication of either one. If the 5-0 vote results from a process in which no dissent arose, it’s evidence of consensus. And while consensus makes sense sometimes, it also can be a product of groupthink, which isn’t good. A 5-0 vote can also result from a process in which dissent and disagreement did arise, and were resolved through give-and-take. That’s called compromise, and our town (and our country) need more, not less, of it.

  3. Nickolas Gibietis says:

    I am curious as to who are the “Chosen Five” that Mayor Woods will take down to the election office for a group picture.

    When I ran for office the first bit of information I was told was “You were not part of the “Chosen Five” and your chances of winning are very slim”. It was explained to me that the incumbent Mayor ‘selects’ or ‘taps’ his board for every election. Magically all of these individuals featured in the last election photo were elected.

    If you want to prevent “group think”, I would challenge whomever Mayor Woods decides to have in this picture.

  4. David Boraks says:

    Nick: I don’t think we’ll see a group filing in Davidson this year, as we saw in Cornelius this year, or as in Davidson in 2009.

  5. Beth Gibbs says:

    Anyone that thinks Rodney Graham is running for the town board in order to profit from decisions he “influences” is speaking without knowledge. Rodney has proven his dedication and heartfelt caring for Davidson for years. All his professional work has only benefitted the town. His extracurricular work with the Davidson Lands Conservancy (among others) reiterates this. This town would be a better place had he won a spot on the board in 2007. Davidson would be lucky to have him—disregarding his input because of his business is shortsighted.

  6. George Berger says:

    Interesting–and telling–comments, all. I, for one, would like to build on what Shelley’s said. Consensus and compromise–and real success in building a community–only happens when people, whether elected leaders, community activists, and/or passionate citizens, actually talk and work together rather than snipe at others, or complain to those who share only their own beliefs.

    I’m saddened and dissapointed that Davidson seems to be leaving an era where civil discourse and working together to make the town a better place for *everyone* who lives and works here are critical values. They are two of the main reasons I moved with my family to this town, and I imagine it’s why others have as well–or why they’ve stayed for many years. We didn’t want to live in Cornelius, or Huntersville, or Mooresville, or some other disconnected community where most people share little more than a zipcode and a shopping center with their neighbors. We wanted to live in–and be a part of–Davidson, where a sense of community–inclusivity of spirit, at least–was cherished.

    I suggest that if someone has aspirations of making a difference, first become active in something town-wide; take time to gain an understanding of what it takes to make decisions for the betterment of the community AS A WHOLE. I don’t *always* agree with Rodney’s positions on everything, for example; but I respect him (and his family) a great deal for putting in the time and effort to become part of Davidson–to build Davidson, both literally and figuratively. He, and others before him, have been willing to learn about issues and speak on them from a position of deep understanding, rather than simply rhetoric. He and others–including those now serving on the Town Board–understand it’s not a process of instant gratification.

    I haven’t agreed with every vote the Town Board has taken since we’ve lived here; I can’t imagine any citizen would, or necessarily should. But democracy is about a community coming together for common action; making the best decisions possible with the information at hand. It’s not about s/he who yells loudest wins, or about name-calling; let’s not reduce our electoral decision-making to that level. And we should all take the lesson from the story provided by Mr. Manning; it’s a valuable nugget worth keeping to mind. I, for one, hope we preserve and enhance Davidson’s small town spirit–its ethos–in mind, even as we accommodate newcomers.

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