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Hanah Ehrenreich is a candidate for City Council, District 5 in the City of Fayetteville, North Carolina working for hometown progress, to build a strong environment supporting a strong economy.

Meet Hanah Ehrenreich

Young Professional

One of Fayetteville Observer’s 40 Under 40 Awardees for Young Professional Leadership in 2017. Hanah is a member of Fayetteville Young Professionals and InGear Career, two organizations that help young workers connect and find jobs in District 5. She earned a MSc in political economy from the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London, and a BA from Smith College with Honors.

 

Mom & Spouse

Hanah met Adam Van Treuren in 2011 at a Halloween party. Adam was raised in Fayetteville and graduated from Rock Hill High School after attending Terry Sanford for two years. He was dressed as an Occupy Wall Street protester; she as the 1%. They are committed to marriage equality and democracy in the house. In 2015, an  adorable and feisty daughter entered their lives.

As we become a destination city, we must look out for each other, putting our hometown first, acknowledging our challenges and emphasizing our strengths.

Hanah Ehrenreich

District 5 Candidate

EARLY PRIMARY (Sept. 21)

PRIMARY (Oct. 10)

GENERAL ELECTION (Nov. 2)

Political Platform

“Good jobs, walkable community and a vibrant city."

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Entrepreneur

Keeping a diverse workforce and growing young professional employment is a challenge in our community. Hanah and Adam and eight other innovators saw the need for workspace for entrepreneurs and small businesses and launched Revolutionary Coworking, a non-profit virtual office space, in March. They have brought 25 companies and over 50 independent workers to downtown Fayetteville.

 

Environmentalist

Executive Director of Sustainable Sandhills since 2014, Hanah believes that our beautiful community needs protection and sustainable growth. She works to protect clean drinking water, save precious ecosystem, and preserve our excellent air quality. She is committed to building a just society, and believes that renewable energy brings jobs and cooler summer days to the Sandhills. Hanah enjoys riding her bicycle with her family and supports a healthier lifestyle for our neighborhoods.

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PO BOX 58151, FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28305-8151

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Entrepreneur

Keeping a diverse workforce in our community and growing young professional employment is a challenge. Revolutionary Coworking, a non-profit business space,  is one piece of the infrastructure needed for industries that employ under 40 year olds. Hanah and Adam and eight other innovators launched the business in March. They have brought 25 companies and over 50 independent workers to downtown Fayetteville.

 

Environmentalist

Executive Director of Sustainable Sandhills since 2014, Hanah believes that our beautiful community needs protection and sustainable growth. Hanah enjoys riding her bicycle with her family and embraces a healthier lifestyle for our neighborhoods. She believes strongly in working for a just society, and that renewable energy brings jobs and cooler summer days to the Sandhills.

  • ECONOMY

     

    Economy

    Keep Young Professionals in the Community

    • Establish commuter train route from FAY to Triangle
    • Prioritize Broadband
    • Retain and empower young professionals, college grads, and recently retired veterans
    • Support Public Art and local food scene to improve property values
    • Bolster parks & recreation bond impact on D5 with the splash pad
    • Establish universal quality childcare/early childhood education

    Support better business practices

    • Ban plastic shopping bags
    • Fight the interbasin water transfer
    • Establish municipal composting
    • City-County partnership on recycling and solid waste management

    Improve communication with Fort Bragg to make it easier for our military-affiliated neighbors to participate and engage in FAY

  • ENVIRONMENT

     

    Environment

    • Improve flood control and address stormwater needs
    • Expand bike paths to connect Van Story and Haymount to Cross Creek Mall, downtown Fayetteville, and Cape Fear River Trail
    • Commit to and plan for 100% renewable energy by 2050
    • Develop pro-community solar infrastructure
    • Reject the Atlantic Coast Pipeline that threatens health and water safety
    • Use of metrics for effective government

     

  • FAMILY

     

    Family

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  • MODERNIZATION

     

    Modernization

    • 100% renewable energy commitment by 2050
    • Broadband prioritization
    • Strategic Planning and use of metrics for effective government
    • Grow communication with Fort Bragg
    • City-County partnership on recycling and solid waste management
    • Support better business practices
      • Ban on plastic shopping bags
      • Create municipal composting
      • Anti-inter-basin water transfer
    • Pro-community solar
    • Anti-Atlantic Coast Pipeline

EARLY PRIMARY (Sept. 21)

PRIMARY (Oct. 10)

PRIMARY (Nov. 2)

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BUSINESS INSIDER

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