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How long may a county commissioner be appointed to serve on the county social services board? Is the term three years, as it is for members of the social services board, or does the commissioner serve only as long as he/she is a duly elected county commissioner? Saxon examines the three-year position and the ex-officio position using applicable North Carolina General Statues and the North Carolina Supreme Court rulings.
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.