The City Clerk's office maintains and preserves the permanent and legal records of the City, including minutes of City Council meetings,ordinances, resolutions, contracts, easements, deeds to City property, cemetery records, and any other records committed to its custody or required by law. All records are maintained in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Records Retention and Disposition Schedule published by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and History. The City Clerk's office can be reached at 252-972-1319.
Pamela O. Casey, City Clerk
Kimberly Batts, Deputy City Clerk
Kream Mosley, Administrative Assistant
Jonathan Richardson, Records Technician
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