Handbook for North Carolina Mayors and Council Members

Monday, September 16, 2013
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This handbook in the Local Government Board Builders Series is intended for elected officials in North Carolina cities and towns, and for persons interested in election to municipal office. It explores the nature of cities and towns in the state, including how they come into existence, how they are run, and how they are financed. It also covers the work of the mayor and council, including the organization of the council, council meetings and actions, and potential liabilities of a mayor or council member.

See the Local Government Board Builders Series webpage for other books in the series and related School of Government publications.

Publication date: 
Monday, September 16, 2013
David M. Lawrence
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Public Officials - Local and State Government Roles