Commissioners Adopt Resolution Opposing Tolls on Ferry Service Routes | Eastern North Carolina Now

At a special called meeting this morning, The Beaufort County Commissioners adopted a resolution opposing tolls on ferry service routes.

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    At a special called meeting this morning, The Beaufort County Commissioners adopted a resolution opposing tolls on ferry service routes. Attached is a copy of the signed resolution. The vote was 6-0 in favor of the resolution (Commissioner Rebholz was absent from this meeting due to a prior commitment).

Opposing_Tolls_on_Ferry_July_2023.pdf



   Contact: Brandon Tester
   Phone: 252-940-3715
   Email: brandon.tester@beaufortcountync.gov
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