Beaufort County Commissioners are Back in Video ... And you can HEAR it Here! | Beaufort County Now | These clips taken from the Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting, July 8, 2019, were supplied by a new contributor who wishes to remain anonymous. The contributor is responsible for the audio modifications.

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    January 12, 2022 - Publisher's note: Due to a publishing SNAFU, I have been remiss in my duties, here at BCN, regarding the proper categorization of county government publications; in particular, the Enhanced County Government Videos, begun August 1, 2019.

    Therefore, to thoroughly correct this miscue, I will make the proper categorical correction, and bring these archives forward beginning on January 12, 2022; mixing these historical patterns of fact in with the current news of our day. Some posts brought forward will not be video broadcasts, but most informative posts as to who and what you Beaufort County Commissioners are, and how they govern.


And on Beaufort County Now, one can distinguish who is speaking, and to the extent of what they are saying.

    Yesterday, July 15, 2019, we received a crude submission, our first from this obscure contributor, of the most recent Beaufort County Commissioner General Meeting that occurred July 8. The submission, while of low visual quality (360 dots per square inch) using the county government's video uploaded on YouTube, there is one very notable feature to this video - you can hear what is being said.

    This contribution from our readership was crafted by our contributor with two focus points: 1) To make the meeting audible, which is most important; 2) To feature Commissioner Hood Richardson in vignettes, who noticeably made a fantastic presence, regardless of one's political position as their point of perception. Furthermore, it was long meeting that night, and our contributor cut the meeting down a mere 59 minutes of local governing excitement.

    Going forward, we hope to do more of these videos in the future, and, should that be the case, we will "move heaven and earth" to improve the quality of these videos through all higher technical tricks of our trade available. Please keep BCN in you queue of favorites to stay intellectually in touch with all issues, including our largest, most influential local government - the Beaufort County Commissioners.


Skip to different sections of the video above:

Brenda Hamilton Investigation (0:03)
Cardiac Monitoring Lease Agreement (12:42)
EMS Position Reclassification (16:40)
Budget Amendment Solid Waste (19:26)
Contract Award Jail Locking Systems (23:56)
Brenda Hamilton Investigation Continued (27:31)
Tax Bills Being Mailed (35:47)
Sheriff Department Lawsuit (37:04)
Sharing Information (49:32)
Flood Map (52:07)
Jail Management (52:48)


These clips taken from the Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting, July 8, 2019, were supplied by a new contributor who wishes to remain anonymous. The contributor is responsible for the audio modifications so that these meetings can be actually heard.

Video edited and uploaded to YouTube by
Symbiotic Networks, Inc./SNI Productions.


    If you are interested in our Archive of the Beaufort County Commissioners' General Meetings can be found here in this aforementioned enhanced format.

    Additionally, if you wish to catch up on some of the most important Beaufort County Commissioners meeting of 2019 through 2022, click here.
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