BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — It was business as usual for the most part at the Brunswick County Commission meeting Tuesday night. The agenda followed the standard budget and report items. Work continues extending water and sewer services.
This meeting lacked the fireworks of a previous meeting when Commissioner Charles Warren was asked to leave and then was escorted out.
One item of interest is the dispute over the DSS attorney.
“That’s up to Mr. (Charles) Warren,” Commission Chair Bill Sue said. “He was provided a list of over 25 attorneys with highlights for about seven of them that had experience on a board and experience with DSS, and apparently, by his own words, he has tried to contact all of those to get them to serve, and nobody is willing to serve.”
Commissioner Warren, as chairman of the Social Services Board, will continue to seek an attorney.
Warren may face another challenge. Fellow Republican Joe Agovino of Southport says he will run for the Brunswick County Commission seat held by Warren.