October 2020 Board of Commissioners Meeting | Beaufort County Now | The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 5:30 PM | beaufort county, board of commissioners, regular session, commissioners meeting, october 2, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

October 2020 Board of Commissioners Meeting

Press Release:

    The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 5:30 PM in the boardroom located at 136 W. 2nd St, Washington, NC 27889.

    Agenda: https://mcusercontent.com/bb0688cacc1794c87e352491d/files/96ff1974-8051-488e-8041-e2145005addd/Agenda_Outline.23.docx

    Please visit our website for the full agenda packet at: https://co.beaufort.nc.us/apps/downloads/downloads/agendas/2020-10-05-agenda-book.pdf

    This meeting is open to the public but due to current social distancing guidelines there will be limited seating. Please contact my office with any questions you may have at 252-946-0079, Ext. 1010.


  • Katie Mosher, CMC, NCCCC
  • Clerk to the Board
  • Beaufort County
  • Ph: 252-946-0079, Ext. 1010
  • Katie.Mosher@Co.Beaufort.NC.US



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