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Advisory board meeting policy questioned

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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While the Currituck Economic Development Advisory Board is moving forward with a proposed incentives package for recruiting potential businesses, questions remain about the board’s future meeting schedule.

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And the Minutes?

A glance at the meeting agenda and minutes section of the county website show that many boards had meetings more than a month ago with no minutes published to date. A month and way longer in some cases without minutes is a problem. What is the procedure? Since the BOC feels that advisory boards only need to meet quarterly, then maybe the BOC could cut down to once a month. We could save some money there, too.

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