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Brunswick County’s Rotary Clubs hold successful Mental Health Summit, screening of “The Veteran’s Battlefield”

February 6, 2024

SUPPLY, N.C. – The meeting room at Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation in Supply, N.C. was packed for the February 2 Brunswick County Mental Health Summit, which was organized by the county’s five Rotary clubs. Speakers at the event provided an overview of mental health issues in Brunswick County, information on resources available, a screening of…

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Statement on Exploring All Options for replacement of the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge in NCDOT’s Prioritization Process

January 24, 2024

[January 24, 2024] – No one wants a toll, myself included, and tolling the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge should be a last resort. The WMPO has already submitted the bridge replacement as a project without tolling, and I would like to see that as the eventual outcome.  However, NCDOT officials have suggested adding a second project submission…

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FEMA Administrator Announces Sweeping Changes to Disaster Assistance Program to Make it Easier for Survivors to Receive Assistance

January 24, 2024

[January 24, 2024] – According to a news release from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), last week FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell announced the most comprehensive updates to FEMA’s Individual Assistance Program in the past 20 years. Commissioner Frank Williams, who has advocated for simplification of FEMA’s individual assistance programs, said, “This is long overdue.…

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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 was borne out of his experience serving as Chair of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners during Hurricanes Florence, Dorian, and Isaias, through which he observed a lack of emergency preparedness training suitable for elected officials. He appointed a statewide task force that worked with NCACC staff to develop a full day of emergency preparedness training for elected officials.

Sixty-one county officials from across North Carolina completed the inaugural 100 Counties Prepared Emergency Preparedness Training for County Commissioners, which was held in conjunction with the 115th Annual NCACC Conference in Cabarrus County on August 11, 2022. A second training was held on May 31, 2023, and additional trainings are planned.

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