Joint Press Conference | Beaufort County Now | Please join Rep. Keith Kidwell, Chocowinity Mayor Jimmy Mobley and Chocowinity Police Chief Whitehurst along with many other community Mayors, Sheriff Depts. and local police depts., today at 4:00 pm for a joint press conference.

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Joint Press Conference

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    Please join Rep. Keith Kidwell, Chocowinity Mayor Jimmy Mobley and Chocowinity Police Chief Whitehurst along with many other community Mayors, Sheriff Depts. and local police depts., today at 4:00 pm for a joint press conference. The event will take place at the Police dept., located at 3635 US-17, Chocowinity, NC 27817.

    An announcement and presentation will take place. Rep. Kidwell has worked nonstop to secure much needed funds for this community and we are very excited about what is coming to Chocowinity to help the police dept. in aiding the great citizens of the community.
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