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Recent Updates

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Williams attends NFIB Small Business Day at the Capital

May 26, 2022

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams attended the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Small Business Day at the Capital in Raleigh on May 25, 2022. Williams has been a small business owner for more than 20 years.

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Williams speaks at dedication of 54-inch parallel raw water main

May 20, 2022

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams was among the speakers at the dedication of the Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority’s Kings Bluff 54-inch Parallel Raw Water Main on May 20 in Bladen County. Williams represents Brunswick County on the LCFWASA board of directors. The Kings Bluff 54-inch Parallel Raw Water Main is a joint…

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Williams attends Statewide Hurricane Exercise

May 12, 2022

Brunswick County Commissioner and NCACC President attended a statewide hurricane exercise at the N.C. Emergency Operations Center on May 11, 2022. The exercise was conducted by the State Emergency Response Team in advance of the upcoming hurricane season. Williams was joined by NCACC Executive Director Kevin Leonard and NCACC Director of Policy Planning Laurel Edwards.…

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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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