Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 62 Issue 1, Fall 1996
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The Institute of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provides assistance to state and local governments through teaching over 200 specialized courses, writing books and monographs, and consulting.
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners presents a united voice for the state's 100 counties in dealing with such groups as the General Assembly. The association communicates with members through publications and an internet home page.
The N.C. League of Municipalities represents members' interests in dealing with state and federal lawmakers and regulatory agencies. It also provides services, including research consulting; publications, like SOUTHERN CITY; and legal assistance.
The sixteen-campus University of North Carolina system offers a variety of resources and services to local governments, including East Carolina University's Center for Applied Technology, Regional Development Institute, and Survey Research Laboratory.
Founded in 1937 by Guy Phillips, the N.C. School Boards Association represents local education boards before such groups as the General Assembly. It also provides services, including legal counsel, board retreats, and curriculum assessment.