Beaufort County's Government Begins Budget Deliberations - Part II - January 28th, 2022 | Eastern North Carolina Now | Beaufort County's Commissioners began deliberations over a two day period to discuss the cost of managing the most important government in the lives of its citizens.

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    Pulisher's note: These were long meetings, where much was discussed, and accordingly, there will be video presented showcasing Beaufort County government's business, which can be found, as a series, here.

    Beaufort County's Commissioners began deliberations over a two day period to discuss the cost of managing the most important government - Beaufort County Government - in the lives of its citizens. On January 27th, and then again on January 28th most of Beaufort County's Commissioners heard from interested parties what would be their upcoming needs going forward into the fiscal 2022 /2023 year, and will, at some point, be forced to determine how much, if not all, or even more of those needs will be delivered.

    Already, due to a bloated fund balance in the People's treasury, Beaufort County Commissioners Hood Richardson and Stan Deatherage are calling for a one time tax break, in the form of a one year tax rate reduction to the county's tax paying citizens, while other commissioners have alternate ideas that will be brought forward to codify such a Richardson /Deatherage one time monetary pledge, or stop that possibility of these two commissioners' spending restraint in favor of their greater funding desires for new and old pet projects.

    Regardless, one movement is quite certain, with that being the process has begun to take a position to one direction, or the other, with those vectored political positions being directly in opposition of what is considered best for Beaufort County's People.

The long, nearly 7 hour of deliberations of Beaufort County government, can be found here in full in the highest quality offered due to the quality control department of Beaufort County NOW: Below.




    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.


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Should Beaufort County's Commissioners fund more projects, while adding to the county government work force, or, should these servants to the People work to cut wasteful spending, and give the taxpayers of Beaufort County a break on taxes, possibly starting a new purpose for their existence?
  Yes, please spend more; so much needs to be done in Beaufort County, and we need more government employees doing it.
  No, please work to be frugal; more mindful that this is the public's money, and return to taxpayers what is not absolutely needed.
  Why should I pay attention to stuff?
454 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?

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