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Napier Fuller

Wilmington Housing Authority needs more time and money to release public records

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videoFormer City Council Candidate Napier Fuller says the Wilmington Housing Authority is still not cooperating with his requests for public records. Full story...
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WHA: Two records requests will cost more than $125,000

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videoThe Wilmington Housing Authority says two recent public records requests will cost the authority more than $125,000. As a result, the agency is asking for more specific requests. Full story...
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Formal complaint filed against Wilmington Housing Authority

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A formal complaint was filed with Attorney General Roy Cooper's office Monday against the Wilmington Housing Authority regarding lack of access to public records. Full story...
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Candidate Fuller offering $1,000 reward for info on sign thief

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"Yesterday, about fifty of my political yard signs were stolen near the Landfall main gate and near Autumn Hall. Also, many other candidates' signs -- Padgett, Saffo, Anderson, etc. -- also vanished overnight in this area. At 4:30am today I went to check on my signs, and I noticed this theft. I have replaced many of them." Full story...
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Candidate profile: Napier Fuller

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video Election Day is less than a month away, and WWAY wants you to meet the candidates for Wilmington City Council. Today we sat down with Napier Fuller, who says his top issues include jobs, public safety and government spending. Full story...
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Wilmington council candidate says Berger must resign

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In a news release emailed Thursday, Napier Fuller says, "We cannot have three more years of such disruption; Berger must resign." Full story...
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Council candidates speak out about Padgett's spending

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video Elections for municipal offices are less than 100 days away, and candidates are working hard to get their names and viewpoints noticed. Wilmington City Councilwoman Laura Padgett is running for reelection, but she's making waves after being denied reimbursement for a trip she took to Washington, DC. Full story...
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