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Carteret County Board of Commissioners District 6 (UNEX)

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. Each commissioner is elected countywide, but must reside within the boundaries of one of six districts. One commissioner is elected from each district, with the exception of District 3, which elects two members to the Board of Commissioners.

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    Chris Chadwick

Biographical Information

What is the most important issue the County Commission will have to address in the next term?

What is the most effective role the county commission can play in improving the local schools? What policies or funding will you suggest when elected?

What policies will you propose to improve the economy of your county?

What policies would you propose to improve the quantity and quality of social services in your county?

Age (optional) 49
Contact Phone (252) 725-0820
Position/philosophy statement Conservative
Keeping taxes low and funding schools & jail growth, promoting school bond & dredging projects. Providing services that meet the needs of our citizens and providing people with a wonderful place to live while keeping it affordable for the next generation.
Supporting our schools is the future of our county. We need to keep small class sizes in our school system to remain in the top ten systems in the state. Getting the school bond passed so we can make improvements to our school facilities, some of our campuses are over fifty years old and need improvements. I am for equal opportunities from one end of our county to the other in our school systems.
Dredging our waterways & maintaining our beaches while continuing to be pro-business.
I think those departments are well funded and should be looked at on a case to case basis.