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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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Williams meets with N.C. Chamber leaders

July 5, 2022

Commissioner Frank Williams and NCACC Executive Director Kevin Leonard met with Ray Starling, General Counsel and Gary Salamido, CEO of the N.C. Chamber in Raleigh on July 5. They discussed various ways in which Counties interact with the business community, including during and after emergency situations.

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Williams interviewed by N.C. Institute of Political Leadership

June 9, 2022

Brunswick County Commissioner and NCACC President Frank Williams was interviewed by Brad Young, Executive Director of the N.C. Institute of Political Leadership, on June 7, 2022. Williams, a Spring 1996 NCIOPL Fellow, discussed a recent article he authored entitled Get Out of Your Echo Chamber.

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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.

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