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With the exception of Tyrrell County, the state's counties use a county manager. Flexibility is granted to each county by the North Carolina General Statutes to create the governmental arrangement that works best within the context of their unit. Pender, Robeson, Forsyth, and Jackson Counties are profiled.
Jenne and Henderson describe a step-by-step approach non-profit agencies can use when recruiting, interviewing, and selecting an executive director for their organization. Material from the Orange County Rape Crisis Center's recruitment of a new executive director in 1999 is included.
In June 1980, thirty-nine North Carolina communities will close the books on their fifth year of participation in the Community Development Block Grant program, which began as an answer to the problems of slums and deteriorated neighborhoods.