“Guilford Sheriff 911” is the new name for Sheriff BJ Barnes’ award-winning weekly TV offering, now in its 12th year. In addition to the name, there is a new open, music, and set location. The show continues its conversation about ‘every imaginable positive thing happening’ in Guilford County. Features will continue to relay crime safety information and Law enforcement-related activities.
Things My Dog Taught Me
Sheriff BJ Barnes welcomes Frankie Heath, of People and Paws For Hope. The discussion touched many points, including:
Sheriff BJ Barnes introduces this special broadcast episode dealing with the subject of drug addiction in North Carolina. “Meth Is…” produced by the NC Department of Justice, examines the use and effect of meth. Viewers will hear from former users with positive advice about a harmful substance.
Sheriff BJ Barnes welcomes Linda Kim of Fanta City International Shopping Center. On West Market Street Greensboro in the former location of Guilford Mills, Fanta City is a true multicultural experience. In existence for two years, the center is still being discovered by many.
Sheriff BJ Barnes welcomes Guilford County Commissioner Paul Gibson. Mr. Gibson is Chair of the Jail Committee, responsible for choosing the architect, the construction company, and solving many of the initial problems starting the jail project in downtown Greensboro. Discussion includes:
Quarter Cent Sales Tax An Economic Development Issue
Sheriff BJ Barnes welcomes Jim Morgan, of ¼ Cent Makes Sense Committee, and Kelly Langston, of Guilford County Council of PTA’s. Discussion of the quarter cent sales tax, which is on the ballot November 2 in Guilford County, touched the following points:
Sheriff BJ Barnes welcomes John Duke, Site Superintendent for Balfour Beatty Construction. Despite a wet winter and a record hot summer, the new jail construction in downtown Greensboro is on schedule.