Here’s another excellent editorial by the Burlington Times News, this one relating to the Board of Commissioners meeting and public hearing this past Monday night on the 2018-19 proposed Alamance County Budget.
It was a long but lively Alamance County Commissioners meeting Monday night that included a public hearing on the proposed 2018-19 county budget.
In case there is any doubt, this Alamance County Commissioner (i.e. yours truly) has steadfastly supported and championed Alamance County’s public education system in words, deeds, and votes since being elected in 2014, and I will continue to do so if re-elected in November 2018.
Superintendent Bill Harrison is passing to torch to Bruce Benson, set to take over July 1.
I am proud of my hard work as a fiscally responsible commissioner, especially my steadfast support of investing in our schools and our youth.
Being engaged with the NC Association of County Commissioners has given me a deeper understanding of the issues that are important to all counties, making me a better commissioner.
One of the joys of serving as Alamance County Commissioner is that I get to work on really important issues and initiatives, such as the opioid epidemic, with really great great people, such as Chloe Donohoe and Maryn Hayward!
Thanks to Burlington Times News reporter Isaac Groves for covering the Stepping Up Initiative Day of Action and Celebration event yesterday at the Paramount Theater. The initiative is important to our community and deserves public awareness.
Jessica Williams of the Burlington Times News does an excellent job of explaining the importance of passing the school bond referendum in the November election.
Senior Vice President Bob Byrd of Alamance Regional Medical Center retires after 35 years.