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Bailey seeks town committee volunteers

Posted on January 10, 2022

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Bailey Town Hall is shown in June 2018.

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Bailey Town Hall is shown in June 2018.

BAILEY — The town’s Board of Commissioners wants to form new advisory committees this year.

These panels, generally made up of five community members, will focus primarily on water and sewer service, cemetery maintenance, development and finance and grant administration.

Like the planning board and board of adjustment, these committees will review issues related to their area of interest. Their recommendations will help guide decision-making for years to come, said Town Clerk Jeremy Crawford.

Crawford said he’s new to Bailey, but he can see that town residents have a wealth of knowledge on the committees’ subject matter.

“I believe we have the talent, and I challenge Bailey residents and business leaders to get involved,” Crawford said.

Applicants are required to live in within town limits or in Bailey’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.

Anyone interested in serving on a committee can contact Crawford at 252-235-4977 or

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