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Caswell Commissioners Candidate Forum – UPDATED!

October 8, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am UTC+0


Learn more about your candidates for the Caswell County Board of Commissioners during a virtual candidates’ forum at 9am, Thursday, October 8th. The forum will also be recorded and shared at a later time on


Moderated by local high school and college students, the forum will ask candidates questions related to the following areas:

Budget & Finance Roles, Responsibilities, & Accountability Economic Development Equity Pandemic Response Zoning & Infrastructure


Candidates confirmed to attend include:

John Dickerson • Nate Hall • Crystal King • Rick McVey • Kent Williamson


Join Zoom Meeting:

Dial Directly 1-929-205-6099, Meeting ID: 988 7197 3321




What is most important for you to know about your local candidates for Caswell County’s Board of Commissioners? What questions would you most like to ask? Tell us HERE.


Community members are invited to submit questions for the upcoming local candidate forum scheduled for October 8th at 9am.


The forum, hosted by Piedmont Community College, the Caswell County Partnership for Children, the Caswell County Chamber of Commerce, and the Caswell Chapter of The Health Collaborative, will be held virtually through Zoom for live attendance and recorded to be shared with the community via


Submit your questions for the candidates HERE or call 336-694-1181 ext 221  by Wednesday, September 16th and leave a message.



October 8, 2020
9:00 am - 10:30 am UTC+0
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1 comment on “Caswell Commissioners Candidate Forum – UPDATED!

Over $300,000 off-budget spending of taxpayer dollars was approved a year ago by Commissioners for purchase of The Drug Store, now known as Co-Square. The “anchor tenent” is an internet based agricultural company that analyzes soil via computerized sensors for optimal growing outcomes – they will rent 8 desks at $150/desk. Other office space is allocated for Caswell Co. staff which will incurred operational expenses. How will internet based business flourish given 1/3 of households do not have internet service? How many decades before this large County investment in Co-Square pays off the investment and operational debt?

On Sept. 4, the Governor expanded mass gatherings allowing 25 people to occupy indoor facilities. It’d be nice to get the kids out of parking lots and enable adults to not have to isolate. When would you open Caswell Public Library, Senior Center, and Parks & Recreation for use by the public and/or school children?

Caswell Co. property tax rates are currently 0.735 – – higher than Alamance .6700, Guilford .7350, Durham .7122, and Rockingham .6950. Another tax increase to pay for BYHS construction is imminent next year. Also a new fire tax and an increase in solid waste fees over the 2 past years have increased property tax bills. With far less infrastructure and services than these other counties, how can these high tax rates be prevented or better managed in the future?

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