Charlotte City Council members moved ahead with plans to change their terms from 2 to 4 years, stagger their elections, and add an 8th district. They are also considering making their positions “full-time.” Listen Here:

In this hour, Tariq Bokhari, City Council member from district 6 in Charlotte, joins the program to discuss last night’s City Council election. Plus, recent events in the Netherlands show the great reset is a real possibility.

Tony Mecia of the Charlotte Ledger joins Pete to talk about the amount of growth in the Queen City, and discusses how the housing market here has handled the influx of people moving to Charlotte. 

In the third hour of the program, Pete checks in on the Waukesha Police Department press conference about the suspect in the parade incident as well as replays Bo Thompson's interview with City Councilman Tariq Bokhari about his concerns about Mayor Vi Lyles and the city misusing COVID-19 relief money for other purposes. 

Charlotte City Councilman Tariq Bokhari (District 6) joins Bo Thompson with good news about some needed sidewalk improvements being implemented, an update on last week's city council retreat to Winston Salem, and his take on tomorrow's Virginia gubernatorial election.