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Evans Elected First Vice President of State Organization

Aug 17, 2017
FAYETTEVILLE – Cumberland County Commissioner Charles Evans is the new first vice president of the North Carolina Association of Black County Officials. Evans was sworn in during the organization’s banquet on Aug. 11 during the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners annual conference in Durham County. “It’s an honor to continue to serve the residents of Cumberland County and beyond, including the citizens of North Carolina through this state organization,” Evans said. Evans was elected to the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners as an at-large representative in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. His current term expires in 2018. He served two terms on the Fayetteville City Council from 2005-2009. He was appointed to serve on the National Association of Counties Justice and Public Safety Steering Committee and is the former second vice president of the North Carolina Association of Black County Officials. “I am pleased that our commissioners are being selected to statewide positions,” said Chairman of the Board of Commissioners Glenn Adams. “I am proud of the job Commissioner Evans is doing and for providing leadership on the state level.”