For the Benefit for what is True: Does Frankie Waters Need a Frivolous Issue(?) - January 3, 2022 | Beaufort County Now | Was it essential that my request of the NC DOJ be publicly reviewed to become a footnote in the public record, or does Commissioner Frankie Waters need an issue to secure a 3rd term as the Beaufort County's most nominal Republican?
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.
Was it essential that my request of the NC DOJ be publicly reviewed, just to become a footnote in the "public record", or does Commissioner Frankie Waters have a more personal motive, an issue to aid in securing a 3rd term as the Beaufort County's most nominal Republican? Regardless of Commissioner Waters ulterior motives, I could care less either way.
My motive for every public effort, whether it be in business or in the service of the community, is to discover the essential truth of every party involved; for each party will inevitably be either a benefit or an encumbrance to me providing that essential service, which is my nature to do so. Often, one can use that information to help others make good decisions to the benefit of all, especially themselves. Sometimes knowing the essential truth becomes nothing more than your best armor to defend what was your perfect deed, and on very rare occasion juxtaposed against those imposters that have offered far too little for far too long, it will be an indispensable, and well sharpened tool.
The reality behind this sorry story that has forced me to expend far too much energy, and far too many valuable hours just to defend what is true is almost ready to be revealed; however, until that appointed time, it is my solemn promise to reveal all that is known at proper time of my choosing, in a manner that will best offer what is essential and real.
I was prepared and properly ready to have my say during this segment issue to defend my purposeful position, but chose not to when the indominable Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson opened his mouth, and uttered succinct words of perfect purpose in defining a position that was perfectly opposite from Frankie Waters. My great wisdom here was knowing that I could add nothing to better this position of truth that Commissioner Richardson so perfectly presented. Thank-you Hood. You are my favorite Commissioner ... and you have been for decades.
Watch Commissioner Richardson correctly defend what he knows to be truth as exemplary as any Counselor that one could ever hope to employ. The Hood is a lion for the People, and in this case this person - "yours truly": Below.
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Publisher's note: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.
On Jan. 19, 2022, the North Carolina Court of Appeals granted a request from two insurance providers to voluntarily dismiss appeals of their suit over contracts awarded for NC Medicaid Managed Care by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
Was it essential that my request of the NC DOJ be publicly reviewed to become a footnote in the public record, or does Commissioner Frankie Waters need an issue to secure a 3rd term as the Beaufort County's most nominal Republican?
The COVID-19 mass testing site at the Greensboro Coliseum will be staffed by a new federally supplied testing services provider beginning tomorrow, Jan. 22, in response to a recent request from North Carolina state officials to the Federal government.
People who received their COVID-19 vaccine or booster in North Carolina from a pharmacy or grocery store participating in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program are now able to access their COVID-19 vaccine information in the NC COVID-19 Vaccine Portal.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today announced the launch of Promoting and Expanding Competitive Integrated Employment for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Strategic Plan.