WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Two New Hanover County men are among Gov. Pat McCrory’s latest list of appointments to state boards.
The governor’s office announced today he appointed Cory Gore to the NC Appraisal Board and John Monteith to the NC Board of Architecture.
Gore is president of Gore Properties and Appraisal Group LLC. He is also the vice president of the North Carolina Professional Appraisal Coalition.
The NC Appraisal Board licenses, certifies and regulates real estate appraisers, including processing license applications and processing applications from schools and other organizations wishing to offer prelicensing/certification and continuing education courses. Each term is three years.
Monteith is president of Monteith Construction Corp. The company specializes in healthcare, education and institutional building. Monteith serves on the board of directors for New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation. He has been appointed to a seat designated for a public member.
The NC Board of Architecture ensures that only persons with a minimum level of competence are permitted to practice architecture and that practicing architects act according to professional standards. Each term is five years.