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Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners At-Large

The 7-member Board sets the policy for the county, determining the strategic vision for the county, appoints a county manager, attorney and others to serve the county, adopts ordinances, including zoning, and establishes an annual budget, which includes setting the tax rate and calling bond referendums. Three commissioners are elected at large, 4 represent districts; all serve 4-year terms.

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  • Jonathan Snoots
    (Unaf)

  • William R Sterritt
    (Dem)

  • Bill Ward
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

What is the most important issue the County Commission will have to address in the next two years? (Youtube or 250 characters max)

What kinds of policies, if any, will you pursue to promote social and racial equality in the county? (700 characters max)

How would you rate your county’s public education system?

If you rated it below excellent, what proposals would you support to improve it? (700 characters max)

Are there policies you believe can be enacted that would improve the economy of your county in the next two years? (700 characters max)

How would you rate the access to healthcare services your county is providing?

How would you rate the quality of healthcare services your county is providing?

If you rated them less than excellent, what can the commission do to improve things? (1000 characters max)

What is your position on the continued development of the renewable energy industry in the district (solar and wind)? (700 characters max)

Age (optional) 39
Contact Phone (252) 312-3232
Position/philosophy statement I am... 1. A biblically conservative man. 2. Focused on economic growth. 3. Committed to build racial/political bridges. 4. Determined to serve.
The economy. We need to continue to do what we can to promote/create jobs here in Pasquotank County that pay a livable wage.
I don't know of policies that I would propose we create, but I will continue to strive to build racial bridges in our community.
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We might need to evaluate current education spending and make possible priority shifts in spending. One of these priorities would be pay. Quality employees deserve quality pay.
Taking risks that include investing more into our current industrial parks.
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Honestly, I am still working out where I stand on this issue. I need to weigh the benefit of these in comparison to what would be best for our county.
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