Pasquotank County hopefuls clash over debt

By Reggie Ponder

The Daily Advance

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The challenger and the incumbent for the Southern Outside seat on the Pasquotank Board of Commissioners differ on a host of issues — on everything from how long the county’s debt payoff will be to the cost and scale of public buildings and expenditures on nonprofits and other services.

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No government should be spending taxpayer's charitable dollars.

Our county commission, along with county management has been spending like drunken sailors and that's giving sailors a bad name. Here we are in a period of low revenue, few or no jobs, without a lot of hope in sight. Our commissioners in the past have been gambling with our economic future. It's time for the electorate to take a long hard look at not only who represents them, but who will they allow to manage our multi-million dollar business[government}. Pasquotank has been led astray for far too long.

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