WILMINGTON, N.C. – New Hanover County Commissioner candidate, Beth Dawson, has earned support from the Wilmington Regional Association of REALTORS®. According to its website, the WRAR currently serves more than 2,000 REALTORS® in southeastern North Carolina.
WRAR President Don Harris stated in a written letter to Beth Dawson, “You have a solid grasp of real estate issues which reflect solidarity with homeownership interests.”
“REALTORS® have one of the most accurate readings of economic conditions in New Hanover County,” says Dawson. “I am grateful to have the support of the Wilmington Regional Association REALTORS®, and I appreciate and value their insights and opinions on issues that impact families and small businesses in New Hanover County.”
Beth Dawson who has served as county commissioner since 2012 and is a 30-year Wilmington resident who has been actively involved in our community. She has served on numerous community boards and committees, including the Cape Fear Museum of History and Science Advisory Board and the New Hanover Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees. Professionally, Beth spent over 24 years working in the banking industry. Beth and her husband of 37 years, Dan, are also actively involved in their church.
It is my honor to serve the citizens of New Hanover County. In the 2016 State of the County Address, I highlight accomplishments, ongoing opportunities and challenges, and my vision for cooperation, collaboration, and communication to move New Hanover County forward in the priorities of economic development, job creation, education, workforce training, and public safety.
State of the County YouTube video
You can also access the video archive on the www.nhcgov.com website, and it will be airing on NHCTV Time Warner ch.13.
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StarNews Online Article
It has been an honor to serve on this board and to see the progress being made in our community.
Wilmington Biz – Sponsored Content provided by Chris Nelson – President, United Way of the Cape Fear Area
Many local organizations have been involved in the 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness in the Cape Fear Region. In existence since 2001, and a part of a long-standing United Way initiative, the 10-Year Plan has proven results that are making a difference for those in need, right here in New Hanover County.
2015 proved to be a hallmark year in addressing homelessness in the Cape Fear area. After 18 months of negotiations, a continuum of care administrator position was created at the Cape Fear Council of Governments on July 1, assuming permanent responsibility for managing community homeless amelioration efforts in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties.
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