Williams participating in 2021-22 N.C. Leadership Forum cohort

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams, who also serves as President of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners, is participating in the N.C. Leadership Forum’s 2021-22 cohort. The cohort will discuss how to improve healthcare outcomes in North Carolina. “I’m honored to have the opportunity to participate in the N.C. Leadership Forum,” said Williams. “In today’s…

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Williams among speakers at dedication of William M. Sue Bridge

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams was among the speakers at the dedication of the Interstate 140 bridge over U.S. 74/76 as the “William M. Sue Bridge” on Friday, October 15, 2021. Former Brunswick County Commissioner Bill Sue was a strong voice for Brunswick County’s infrastructure needs, including water, sewer, and transportation. As a member of…

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100 Counties Prepared Task Force holds kickoff meeting, discusses emergency preparedness training for county commissioners

N.C. Association of County Commissioners President Frank Williams’ 100 Counties Prepared Task Force held its kickoff meeting in Raleigh on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2021. The initiative aims to equip county commissioners statewide with the tools they need to lead effectively during emergencies. The task force will develop training for county commissioners on how to prepare,…

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Williams meets with N.C. Community College System President

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams, who also serves as President of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners, met N.C. Community College System President Thomas Stith in Raleigh on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021. Williams and Stith discussed a number of ways North Carolina’s Community College system can partner with counties, including workforce development, disconnected youth, and…

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Williams meets with N.C. Emergency Management Director

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams, who also serves as President of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners, met with N.C. Emergency Management Director Will Ray at the N.C. Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh on Sept. 30, 2021. The two discussed Williams’ 100 Counties Prepared NCACC Presidential Initiative.

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NCACC President Frank Williams Appoints 100 Counties Prepared Task Force

Amid the peak of the Atlantic Basin’s 2021 hurricane season, NCACC President Frank Williams announced the following appointments to the 100 Counties Prepared Task Force, which will guide his year-long initiative to equip county commissioners with resources and tools to lead effectively during emergency situations. “I’m grateful that such a diverse group of county leaders…

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Sampson County Board of Commissioners declares September 2021 as Preparedness Month

[September 14, 2021] – On the anniversary of Hurricane Florence three years ago, the Sampson County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution declaring September as “Preparedness Month,” joining counties across the state in the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners’ “100 Counties Prepared” initiative. The resolution encourages citizens to take proactive steps to prepare for…

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Brunswick County Board of Commissioners proclaims September 2021 as Preparedness Month in Brunswick County

BOLIVIA, N.C. – The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution proclaiming September 2021 as Preparedness Month in Brunswick County at its September 7, 2021 meeting. The resolution was adopted in recognition of September being National Preparedness Month and in support of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners’ 100 Counties Prepared initiative. “This year’s…

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