Sterritt says he would have opposed budget

By Jon Hawley

The Daily Advance

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Pasquotank County Commissioner Bill Sterritt was absent for commissioners’ June 16 vote on the 2014-2015 budget for health reasons, but says he would’ve opposed the $39.8 million spending plan.

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We Will

never know how Commissioner Steritt would have voted because of his "minor" surgery". (hang nail?) I agree that this was a disingenuous excuse at best and the public deserves better.

How committed to Pasquotank is Dr. Sterritt?

If I were a county commissioner, the only reason for my absence on a budget vote would be a family funeral or my hospitalization. Sterritt's excuse is disingenuous at best, and I hope voters remember it in November. I standby what I've said in previous blogs, Dr. Sterritt should have retired from politics long ago.

Absolutely, Bill

If anybody has duped the voters lately, It's been him! He certainly hasn't acted in the best interest of the citizens he represents.

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