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Nags Head plans for 4th of July fireworks display, hears proposed budget for 2021-22

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Nags Head commissioners had a full agenda at last Wednesday’s regular meeting.

The meeting opened with a short video introducing seasonal lifeguards and a reminder from Fire Chief Randy Wells to “love the beach, respect the ocean.”

Eric Claussen, new public works director from Omaha, Nebraska was introduced and Ralph Barile was recognized upon his retirement from the same position. Police Officer JC Mitchell was recognized for five years of service, and Police Officer/School Resource Officer David Allen was recognized for ten years of

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