How Does Your Buffalo Councilmember Rank On Raising Substantive Issues?
by Paul Wolf - posted 1:15 am, August 3, 2015
An important part of being a leader is taking the initiative to propose ideas. Every two weeks elected members of the Buffalo Common Council have the ability to file a resolution on any topic they want, have it discussed and voted on at a City Council meeting. It is an opportunity that many do not take full advantage of.
Most resolutions filed by City Councilmember’s address routine items of government and very few raise items of substance. Check out the analysis in the link below to see how your and other City Councilmembers rank as far as taking the initiative to propose substantive items.