|Sorry for any inconvenience but I just learned that the wake and the funeral arrangements have been changed due to the weather. I have edited the following correspondence that I received to reflect the changes.
My condolences goes out to the Taylor family.
I was shocked when I received this message. I thought it was someone else until I seen the photo because the age threw me off. I had no idea Brother Taylor was 72.
I met Brother Taylor back in the 90’s as we were in the Democratic Party, NAACP and when I was in the Masonary.
I just spoke with Brother Taylor in January at the NAACP Winter Meeting in Raleigh NC. I had no idea that he was that sickly however I knew he was in a wheel chair. Actually I went inside the training to get his brother for him as he was out in the hallway at the church.
The Political Agitator Response: Why do these guys feel like they are exempt? Some folks have told me his restaurant in Weldon food was getting sorry and it was another restaurant over in Roanoke Rapids that everyone are going to.
RALEIGH — State Rep. Michael Wray, a Democrat from Gaston who serves as deputy minority leader in the state House of Representatives, owes more than $100,000 in past-due federal, state, and local taxes, according to public records on file in Northampton and Halifax Counties.
Wray has business interests that are intertwined with those of his father, Harold Wray, who has accumulated approximately $150,000 in past-due federal and local taxes of his own. As of June 6, the Wrays or their businesses owed thousands in federal income taxes, North Carolina unemployment insurance taxes, and property taxes in Halifax and Northampton counties, which comprise House District 27, which Michael Wray represents.(Source: Read more)