Lamar Barrier has worked many years as a funeral director at Wilkinson Funeral Home. He has been active in supporting schools through PTO and the Booster Club. Councilman Barrier is supportive of the Concord City Employees because of the important role they play in serving the citizens of Concord. Lamar Barrier has worked hard to earn your support!
Al Brown Jr. works as an Outside Plant Engineer for Windstream Communications. In addition to serving on Concord City Council, he has participated on many appointed boards that serve the community. He has sound judgement, and wants Concord to continue to be a good place to work and live! Please remember to show your support for Al Brown Jr.!
Ella Mae Small is a retired educator, appointed to the Concord City Council to fill the term of her late husband, Allen Small. She is very active in the community and church. As a council member, she considers each issue carefully and has an open door policy to all the citizens of Concord. Ella Mae Small has worked hard to earn your support!
Every job counts—we need more! As our economy has struggled, the Concord City Council has redoubled efforts to bring jobs and investments to our community.
in business investments
302 jobs created
Did you know that Concord is working to build stronger relationships with our communities? There are currently currently 53 neighborhoods, representing both older neighborhoods and newer developments, participating in the Partnership for Stronger Neighborhoods. Strengthening the lines of communication between the City and neighborhood organizations and establishing a platform for neighborhood organizations to communicate with each other are targeted areas for improvement in the program.
Did you know that Concord’s Union Street received statewide recognition in May as the People’s Choice for Great Main Street in North Carolina? This award is given by the American Planning Association-NC Chapter to celebrate great communities throughout the state. Ben Hitchings, president of the APA-NC, said, “The people of North Carolina have spoken and have selected Union Street as their choice for Great Main Street.”
Did you know that Concord’s Fleet Services has been working hard to save your tax dollars? By reducing fuel consumption to its lowest level since 2006, Fleet Services’ innovative practices are saving $60,000!
One-Stop Voting is open until November 2! Vote early at the Cabarrus County Board of Elections and avoid the lines! The polls are open Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm and Saturday, Nov. 2 8:30am-1:00pm.
Please don’t forget to support your current City Council Members Ella Mae Small, Al Brown Jr., and Lamar Barrier!