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City Officials Have Not Filed Required Audits for Past Two Years, Raising Serious Concerns
City Officials Have Not Filed Required Audits for Past Two Years, Raising Serious Concerns
 
Pharmacy Benefit Manager Contract Will Help State Health Plan Members
 
State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA, today presented The Order of the Long Leaf Pine Society (Society) to retiring Forsyth County Chief Financial Officer Paul Fulton Jr.
State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA, today presented The Order of the Long Leaf Pine Society (Society) to retiring Forsyth County Chief Financial Officer Paul Fulton Jr.
 
Our legal team has reviewed Judge Lee's order, and because of the Attorney General's conflict, we have requested and received authorization to pursue outside counsel for this matter.
Our legal team has reviewed Judge Lee's order, and because of the Attorney General's conflict, we have requested and received authorization to pursue outside counsel for this matter.
 
In a letter a few weeks ago, State Auditor Beth Wood insisted that applications to purchase the Bald Head Island ferry (System) by the Village of Bald Head Island (Village) and the Bald Head Island Transportation Authority (Authority) not be included in the December Local Government Commission (LGC)
In a letter a few weeks ago, State Auditor Beth Wood insisted that applications to purchase the Bald Head Island ferry (System) by the Village of Bald Head Island (Village) and the Bald Head Island Transportation Authority (Authority) not be included in the December Local Government Commission (LGC)
 
Next month the N.C. General Assembly will reconvene to consider putting several constitutional amendments before the voters of this great state.
Next month the N.C. General Assembly will reconvene to consider putting several constitutional amendments before the voters of this great state.
 
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