Mayor Robertson's New Campaign Office Opening!

35th Mayor of Fayetteville

The Friends of Nat Robertson for Mayor will host a grand opening for the new campaign office this Saturday, August 19th. All media is welcome! The campaign office will host volunteers and supporters between the hours of 10:00 am through 12:00 noon at their new at 3037-B Boone Trail Extension in Fayetteville. The office suite issued located in the Boone Trail Centre, directly behind the coffee shop location in the Bordeaux area. Regular office hours have not been set yet but will be posted on social media and at

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Since being sworn-in as Mayor in December 2013 as Fayetteville’s 35th Mayor, we have become the envy of many Southern cities. In less than four years, under Mayor Robertson’s leadership, our City has seen great accomplishments. The following are some of the highlights:

  • Reduced our property crime by 24%.
  • Set the environment for the addition of thousands of jobs in/around Fayeteville
  • Fayetteville housing market hits a decade high
  • Residents approved a 35 million dollar Park Bond package for the first time ever
  • Recognized by the White House for eradicating veteran homelessness
  • Unemployment rate lowest since 2008 (5.7%)
  • Reestablishment of the Fayetteville-Cumberland Youth Council (FCYNC.ORG)
  • Signed with the Houston Astros to bring minor league baseball back to Fayetteville
  • Co-chaired the Opioid Addiction Task Force with VA Director Goolsby
  • Partnered with the Chamber to establish the Mayor's Small Business Award
  • Changed the zoning along the Cape Fear River to protect our natural resources
  • Established a monthly meeting with the Fayetteville's clergy to build community relations
  • Partnered with Fort Bragg to host the annual All American Marathon
  • Expanded FAST bus routes and opened the new Multi-Modal Transit Center
  • Built the first swimming pools in Fayetteville since 1948

Mayor Robertson said, “The campaign office and the volunteers will focus on getting the word out to constituents. We are a great community and we are on the move. We will continue to educate our residents on where and when to vote. The volunteers are the heart of this campaign and we would not be where we are without their hard work and dedication to improving our City. I will always remember that I was elected as a public servant, and more specifically to do a job. A job to improve our City and be a steward of the tax money we receive. Understanding this, my focus has been on policy and not politics. I pledged to you to do the right things, for the right reasons, and I will continue to do that.”

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