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NCACC Presidential Initiative - 100 Counties Prepared

On August 14, 2021, Brunswick County Commissioner and newly installed N.C. Association of County Commissioners President Frank Williams announced his presidential initiative, “100 Counties Prepared.”

The initiative will focus on equipping county commissioners with the training, tools, resources and relationships they need to lead effectively during emergency situations.

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Recent News

Williams facilitates preparedness session at NaCo conference

July 23, 2022

On July 23, Brunswick County Commissioner and NCACC President Frank Williams facilitated a session at the National Association of Counties annual conference annual conference in Aurora, CO entitled “Proactive Leadership in Crisis: Supporting Your Community Through a Disaster” with former FEMA administrator and Catawba County resident Brock Long.

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Williams, David meet with Chief Justice Paul Newby

July 12, 2022

Commissioner Frank Williams, District Attorney Jon David and NCACC Executive Director Kevin Leonard met with Chief Justice Paul Newby and Drew Heath, Director of the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts in Raleigh on July 12. They discussed the important statewide relationship between Counties, which build and maintain County courthouses, and the Judicial branch, which…

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Brunswick County general obligation bonds and enterprise revenue debt receive strong, upgraded ratings from Moody’s Investors Service

July 7, 2022

Brunswick County continues its strong financial tradition with recent upgrades to its general obligation bond and enterprise revenue debt ratings from Moody’s Investors Service—all of which are some of the highest a local government or utility can receive. Brunswick County’s general obligation (GO) bonds were upgraded to Aaa from Aa1, which is the highest rating…

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