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The Norfolk Soil Sponge Project
Our campaign isn’t giving out yard signs and we aren’t doing standard meet and greets. Instead, we’re working to strategically plant trees and improve soils in Norfolk’s hottest neighborhoods to reduce temperatures while absorbing and retaining rain during flooding events.
Right now our campaign is looking for individuals in select parts of Norfolk to host tree giveaway and tree planting work days. If you live anywhere in one of the red parts of the city, sign up today and our campaign will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
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Legislation Introduced by Delegate Glass
in the 2023 General Assembly Session
Equity is possible in the 89th.
Before the pandemic, our city was grappling with inequitable development, deprivation of resources in non-wealthy communities, lack of engagement and transparency with residents across the city.
What’s changed? Us. Now, more than ever, we realize that no matter where you call home, we are all neighbors. Our City is stronger than ever because of us.
We must move forward with a sense of urgency to disrupt governance that provides space for racism, sexism, classism, ageism, and ableism. Equity is possible in our city. We have to choose it.
89th District Voting Precincts – Second Presbyterian, Larchmont School, Ghent Square, Lambert’s Point, Larchmont Library, Maury, Chrysler Museum, Park Place, Taylor Elementary School, Stuart, Willard, Ballentine, Broad Creek, Lafayette-Winona, Lindenwood, Union Chapel, Berkley, Campostella, Chesterfield, Ruffner Academy, Young Park.
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FROM DELEGATE JACKIE HOPE GLASS