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The Philippine Cultural Center on Baxter Road was the place to be for Mayor Bobby Dyer’s “Unity Party” that was held Thursday, January 17th 2019.

Approximately 300 attendees including several current and past public officials as well as candidates from the 2018 election cycle came out to enjoy music, the company of friends and a great buffet provided by the Imperial Palace Restaurant and Primo Pizza.

Attendance records indicate that attendees came from virtually every area of Virginia Beach who represented a wide range of citizens from different socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. No admission fee was charged for this event and the Philippine Cultural Center was deemed to be the best location due to its central location in Virginia Beach as well as being close to four HRT Bus Routes which would assure ease-of-access for as many people as possible.

Virginia Beach is a family of over 435,000 people” Mayor Dyer said “and I am humbled to have the honor of being your Mayor.” Among the moments that received the most attention was the affection Mayor Dyer expressed to his wife, Trish, referring to her as “the First Lady of Virginia Beach.”

The Mayor’s “Unity Party” was held in lieu of a campaign victory party that is typically held by campaigns on election night. Mayor Dyer has plans to make this an annual, post-election event during his tenure.

You are cordially invited to attend Mayor Bobby Dyer’s Unity Party! This special, free-to-all event will be held on: Thursday, January 17th 6:00pm – 8:00pm The event will be held at: Philippine Cultural Center 4857 Baxter Road Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Dinner will be served – Attire is Business/Casual Tickets: Tickets are free and available through Eventbrite. Limit of four (4) tickets per-person/E-mail.

Mayor Bobby Dyer completes Town Hall Meetings

Mayor Dyer listening to a local restaurant owner George Kotorias about the challenges he faces.

Newly elected Mayor Bobby Dyer has completed a series of Town Hall Meetings that were held throughout the City of Virginia Beach, meeting with constituents to hear their concerns about the future of our city.

In a unique approach to meeting with residents, this series of Town Hall meetings was held at various Virginia Beach Recreation Centers and Libraries with some meetings scheduled for the afternoon while others were held in the evening hours.

For some residents, afternoon meetings worked better while children were still in school or to avoid driving after dark, while for others the evening meetings best fit their schedule as many came straight after their normal work day.

Mayor Dyer taking questions from residents at the Central Library Meet & Greet

As these meetings had smaller numbers of attendees individually, having shorter meetings in various parts of Virginia Beach gave more Citizens the opportunity to interact with Mayor Dyer than would have been possible with the traditional format of one meeting attended by a large number of people.

Some issues such as flood control and mitigation, pay compression for our public safety personnel and government spending were discussed at all of the meetings, issues such as tourism, transportation trash and water bills were discussed at different Town Hall meetings.

“We are a large city with a very diverse population. I felt it was important to make myself available to as many different Citizens in every part of our city as possible to understand what issues are important to their neighborhoods and businesses. I think these Town Hall/Meet & Greet meetings have accomplished that and I look forward to more in the future. Mayor Bobby Dyer

Mayor Dyer has plans to hold more of these Town Hall/Meet & Greet meetings during his tenure as Virginia Beach Mayor.

In keeping with his campaign promise to hold Town Hall Meetings throughout Virginia Beach prior to the new term of City Council beginning in 2019, Mayor Bobby Dyer is pleased to announce that these meetings are scheduled to take place in our public libraries and recreation centers.

Don’t miss your opportunity to have a one-on-one meeting with Mayor Dyer to share your concerns and ideas for the future of our city.

Mayor Bobby Dyer will be available at the following locations:

Wednesday, December 12th 1:00pm – 2:00pm Princess Anne Recreation Center 1400 Nimmo Parkway

Wednesday, December 12th 6:30pm – 7:30pm Kempsville Recreation Center 800 Monmouth Lane

Thursday, December 13th 5:00pm – 6:00pm Virginia Beach Oceanfront Library 700 Virginia Beach Blvd.

Friday, December 14th 2:00pm – 3:00pm Virginia Beach Central Library 4100 Virginia Beach Blvd

Tuesday, December 18th 4:00pm – 5:00pm Bow Creek Recreation Center 3427 Clubhouse Road

Wednesday, December 19th 5:00pm – 6:00pm Bayside Recreation Center 4500 First Court Road

Regent University Graduate and former student of Bobby Dyer explains why he thinks Bobby Dyer will be the best choice for Mayor of Virginia Beach.

Voter for Bobby Dyer on November 6th 2018.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

VIRGINIA BEACH- The Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association announced today that Councilman Bobby Dyer has earned their endorsement to become the next Mayor of Virginia Beach. According to the PBA’s announcement on Facebook:

After months of deliberation that included interviews, and input from our members in the form of an internal survey, our 2018 council endorsements are finalized:
Mayor
Bob Dyer
Please note that Centerville has not received an endorsement at this time due to the late filing date. Once we speak with candidates we will have an endorsement.

“I am honored to have received the endorsement of the Police Benevolent Association and appreciate their service to the Police Officers, their families and the Citizens of our fine city. I look forward to working with them as well as all municipal employees in the years to come.” Bobby Dyer, Councilman and Candidate for Mayor.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Virginia Beach: Candidate for Virginia Beach Mayor Bobby dyer has earned the prestigious endorsement of the Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters Association, local 2924.

The Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters represents the interests of our professional firefighters who answer thousands of calls for help in our city each and every year. The Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters address the concerns of these brave men and women such as pay, benefits, equipment and staffing at all of our Engine and Ladder Companies throughout the City of Virginia Beach.

Proud to support Bob Dyer for mayor. His long term support for public safety has resulted in our endorsement and support.” William Bailey, President, VBPFA #2924

Councilman Dyer is seeking the office of Mayor after the resignation of Mayor Will Sessoms in May of 2018.

I am thrilled to have earned this endorsement and look forward to earning the support of more of our city’s First Responders during this unique election where we have the opportunity to make substantial changes in how our city government conducts business.” Bobby Dyer

To support Bobby Dyer’s campaign to become the next Virginia Beach Mayor, you can help with an online contribution.

The Bobby Dyer for Mayor Campaign in pleased to announce the “Contract with Virginia Beach.”

This contract is a series of ideas, initiatives and commitments that Bobby Dyer is making to the voters of Virginia Beach, outlining his goals to promote fairness, inclusion and common sense solutions for our city.

Issues addressed in the Contract with Virginia Beach are:

  • Pay Compression
  • SwAM Businesses
  • Volunteer Rescue Squads
  • Pro-Business Initiatives
  • Keeping taxes low for Virginia Beach Homeowners

A full listing of the provisions of this contract are available on www.BobbyDyerForMayor/contract.

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