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Currituck commissioners urge caution on roads as busy season approaches; cleverly amend noise ordinance

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The Currituck commissioners meeting opened up with a presentation from Brad Stroud, the president of the North Carolina Association of County Veteran Services, explaining what a County Veteran Service Officer program does and encouraging the commissioners to consider investing in a program as a way to serve the 3,255 veterans in the county. “Why should you have a county service office?” Stroud asked commissioners. “I’ll put it in one word: accountability. Accountability to your veterans,” he said.

During the commissioner reports portion of the

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