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Beaufort County Commissioners Move Toward Limiting Litter and Unlawful Dumping
One of the top issues for any board of county commissioners is the manner in which these public servants handle the policy on the disposing of the solid waste (garbage and other unwanted matter) of its citizens. With the stewardship of this planet a necessary issue, forever in perpetuity, it is incumbent upon our local society to do our part to better manage the sustainability of this wonderful place God has gifted US, we, His children. Far to often our local leaders exhibit an ambiguous desire to do their part to serve the public, at large, to do the right thing in their stewardship of our Sold Waste conundrum. What may and should transpire will giver the Beaufort County Commissioners a fine opportunity to do so.
In the past, the Beaufort County's Commissioners have elected to favor the beginning of a Broadband Backbone to the exclusion of a simple plan to restart Recycling, when the initial incubation of how to distribute ARP funding (American Rescue Plan) would take shape. It would have required some lobbying on the part of the People's representatives, the Beaufort County Commissioners, but strong boards of county commissioners could and should do this type of thing, especially if the better angels of their constituency demand such. The majority of Beaufort County's governing board chose to take no strong position to do so.
Now, the Beaufort County Commissioners have the opportunity to do the right thing and enact strong ordinances against unsightly, polluting litter, and unlawful dumping of all manner of solid waste. Let us hope that this time, they will do so.
The discussion on a better solid waste plan, where littering and unlawful dumpings begins here: Below.
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ECU Health announced a number of adjustments to its care delivery system designed to help the organization adapt to a rapidly-changing health care environment while creating clinical and operational efficiencies needed
On Monday, January 9, 2023, Beaufort Commissioner Stan Deatherage, at the behest of his many constituents, will present to the Beaufort County Commissioner a resolution calling for their support of a beneficial education for a productive citizenry.
The Beaufort County Board of Health has appointed JaNell Octigan to serve as the next Beaufort County Health Director. She will assume her new duties January 1st, 2023, taking over for James Madson who is retiring at the end of December.
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