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1 Local Elected Leadership Academy Practitioners Mayor John R. Bost, Clemmons Mayor Jan Faulkner, Morrisville Mayor Daune Gardner, Morrisville

2 Mayor Lestine Hutchens, Elkin Mayor Pro Tem Elizabeth Johnson, Morrisville Mayor John R. Kirkland, River Bend Local Elected Leadership Academy Practitioners

3 Council Member Reva Sullivan, Jacksonville Mayor Bill Thunberg, Mooresville Council Member Lois Watkins, Rocky Mount Local Elected Leadership Academy Practitioners

4 Green Challenge Level One Municipalities Blowing Rock Dunn Locust Oak Island Winterville

5 Green Challenge Intermediate Level Municipalities BensonBlack Creek CherryvilleConcord DavidsonEdenErwin

6 Green Challenge Intermediate Level Municipalities GreenvilleHendersonville HuntersvilleMorrisville LexingtonSouthern Pines Waynesville

7 Green Challenge Advanced Level Municipalities ArchdaleAsheville CarrboroChapel Hill CharlotteConover CorneliusDurham

8 Green Challenge Advanced Level Municipalities Emerald IsleFranklin GarnerGastoniaHickory MarionNewton

9 Green Challenge Advanced Level Municipalities RaleighRiver Bend Rural HallTarboro Wake ForestWilmington Winston-Salem

10 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Albemarle Council Member Jack F. Neel Mayor Pro Tem Troy E. Alexander Council Member Judy U. Holcomb

11 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Alliance Commissioner Franklin T. Willis Angier Commissioner Joe Pleasant Autryville Commissioner Mickie Spell

12 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Bath Commissioner John Taylor Beulaville Commissioner S. A. Blizzard

13 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Biltmore Forest Commissioner Charles W. Grimes Commissioner E. Glenn Kelly

14 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Black Creek Commissioner Roland Godwin Boiling Springs Mayor Max J. Hamrick Bolivia Alderman Ella Jane Wescott

15 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Bolton Mayor Frank A. Wilson Brunswick Commissioner Minnie M. Hill Bunn Commissioner Margie Winstead

16 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Burlington Council Member David Huffman Cajah’s Mountain Council Member Lois Andes

17 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Candor Mayor Rebecca H. Williams Commissioner G. Layton Booker Carolina Beach Council Member Pat Efird

18 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Carrboro Alderman Jacquelyn Gist Chadbourn Mayor Kenneth N. Waddell

19 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Chocowinity Commissioner M.L. Dunbar Commissioner Arlene D. Jones Mayor James H. Mobley

20 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Claremont Council Member Nicky E. Setzer Council Member James P. Stanley Council Member Timothy A. Lowrance

21 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Clarkton Commissioner Leonard Keith Croom Clyde Mayor Jerry Walker Mayor Pro-Tem Carroll Mease Alderman James Trantham

22 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Colerain Council Member Duncan Perry Hughes Columbia Alderman William Braxton Voliva

23 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Concord Council Member W. Lamar Barrier Council Member Hector H. Henry Conover Mayor Bruce R. Eckard

24 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Creedmoor Commissioner Otha Piper, Jr. Mayor Darryl Moss Creswell Mayor W.J. White Jr. Commissioner J.D. Melton

25 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Crossnore Alderman L. Dale Henson Denton Mayor Scott Morris Commissioner Stewart Sexton

26 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Dobbins Heights Council Member Gracie Jackson Drexel Mayor Richard E. Propst Durham Council Member Howard Clement Mayor William V. Bell

27 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Earl Council Member Laladge Moss Council Member Thomas Austell Council Member Arrie B. Ellis

28 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service East Bend Commissioner Charlie Gray Webb East Spencer Alderman John G. Noble Eden Mayor John E. Grogan

29 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Edenton Council Member Willis Privott Elkin Mayor Lestine Hutchens Elm City Commissioner Leslie T. Atkinson

30 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Fairmont Mayor Charles E. Kemp Faison Commissioner Jane Precythe Hollingsworth Falcon Mayor Pro Tem Clifton L. Turpin

31 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Fremont Alderman William T. Smith Fuquay-Varina Commissioner William H. Harris

32 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Gamewell Councilman Hunter M. Crump Councilman Johnny K. Lefever Mayor Jack F. Roberts

33 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Garner Alderman Jackie Johns Mayor Ronnie Williams Garysburg Commissioner Lola Ausby

34 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Gaston Commissioner Donald W. Conner Goldston Commissioner Charles A. Fields, III Grandfather Village Councilman William Cocke Councilman Andre Tennille

35 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Granite Falls Mayor Barry Hayes Council Member Donald Kirkpatrick Greenville Mayor Pro Tem Mildred A. Council

36 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Hamilton Mayor D.G. Matthews Harmony Mayor John Ray Campbell Harrells Mayor Pro Tem Willie A. Johnson

37 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Harrellsville Council Member Coleman Taylor Harrisburg Mayor Timothy Hagler Havelock Mayor Jimmy A. Sanders

38 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Hayesville Mayor Harrell Moore Hayesville Council Member Paul Vaught Hickory Alderman Bruce E. Meisner

39 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Hoffman Commissioner Kelly Daniel Thomas Holly Springs Council Member Parrish Womble Jackson Commissioner Stevie G. Harrell Commissioner William Futrell

40 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Jonesville Mayor Lindbergh Swaim Kannapolis Council Member Kenneth B. Geathers Kitty Hawk Mayor Clifton G. Perry

41 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Lenoir Council Member Marjorie O. Strawn Lexington Mayor Pro Tem Larry G. Beck Lincolnton Council Member Carroll Heavner

42 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Littleton Mayor Mason Hawfield Love Valley Mayor Andy Barker

43 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Lumberton Council Member Wyatt Johnson Council Member Harry L. Ivey Mayor Raymond B. Pennington

44 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Macclesfield Commissioner Charles Lewis Commissioner Dennis Sanderson Macon Commissioner Glenn R. Riggan

45 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Madison Mayor Pro Tem Micky S. Silvers Alderman Arthur R. Gwaltney Maiden Mayor Robert Smyre

46 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Manteo Commissioner H.A. Creef Marion Mayor A. Everette Clark Mayor Pro Tem Stephen R. Little

47 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Mars Hill Mayor John L. Chandler Matthews Mayor Royce Lee Myers Mayodan Council Member Andrew Martin

48 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service McFarlan Council Member Gail J. Whittington Mebane Council Member W.R. Hupman Council Member Ed Hooks Mayor Glendel Stephenson

49 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Micro Mayor Earl E.Jones Mocksville Mayor Francis W. Slate Mayor Pro Tem J.C. “Buster”Cleary

50 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Monroe Council Member Billy A. Jordan Mayor Pro Tem P. E. Bazemore Council Member Lynn A. Keziah Morehead City Commissioner Paul W. Cordova

51 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Morganton Councilman Alfred W. Hamer Mayor Mel L Cohen Murphy Commissioner Margaret Warner Commissioner William Wells Mayor William N. Hughes

52 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service New Bern Alderman Mack L. Freeze Alderman Julius C. Parham Alderman Robert G. Raynor Alderman Barbara Lee

53 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Newport Mayor Derryl Garner Newton Council Member Horace Thompson Rowe Council Member R. Wayne Dellinger

54 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Oak City Commissioner William Stalls Orrum Council Member Wilton P. Caulder Oxford Mayor Al Woodlief

55 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Pantego Commissioner Richard Craig Pembroke Mayor Pro Tem Larry Brooks Pittsboro Commissioner Gene Brooks

56 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Polkville Mayor Jack B. Shytle Pollocksville Mayor James V. Bender Powellsville Mayor Thomas Asbell Commissioner Ernest R. Carter

57 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Raynham Mayor Phyllis Bollinger Council Member Katherine Lindsay Red Cross Council Member Jerry Jordan

58 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Red Oak Council Member Barbara High Tyre Red Springs Commissioner E.H. Alexander Mayor George T. Paris Mayor Pro Tem John M. McNeill

59 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Reidsville Council Member Turner W. Clark Rennert Council Member Royce Locklear, Council Member James Wilson Jr. Richlands Mayor Marvin Trott

60 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Robersonville Council Member Edward Casper Mayor Frank A. Measamer Rolesville Commissioner Frank Hodge Commissioner Betty Whitaker

61 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Rose Hill Commissioner Gary L. Boney Mayor Clarence Brown Sr. Rowland Commissioner Marvin C. Shooter

62 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Roxboro Council Member Samuel B. Spencer Roxobel Mayor Gary T. Johnson Commissioner Carroll Minton

63 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Rural Hall Mayor Larry T. Williams Ruth Commissioner Jim Goode Rutherford College Mayor Jimmy O. Huffman Council Member Y. Richard Jensen

64 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Salemburg Mayor Bobby S. Strickland Sanford Council Member Walter H. McNeil Saratoga Mayor Charles Thomas Hawkins

65 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Seaboard Mayor Melvin F. Broadnax Seagrove Mayor Michael T. Walker Seven Springs Commissioner Rudolph Adams

66 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Severn Commissioner Frank L. Ferguson Commissioner Harold L. Garris Mayor George H. McGee Siler City Mayor Charles L. Turner

67 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Simpson Mayor Pro Tem Brenda Hawkins Southport Alderman Nelson Adams Mayor Pro Tem James C. Brown Sparta Mayor John H. Miller

68 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Speed Commissioner Leroy Candies Commissioner Mary A. Manning Spring Lake Mayor Ethel T. Clark

69 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service St. Helena Council Member Thomas J. Bradshaw Council Member Willie F. Knowles Council Member George P. Spisak Mayor Robert M. Barnhill

70 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service St. Pauls Mayor M. Gordon Westbrook Stem Commissioner Lonnie Cole Stovall Mayor Janet C. Parrott

71 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Sylva Mayor Brenda Oliver-Holt Tarboro Mayor Donald A. Morris Taylortown Council Member Jesse J. Fuller

72 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Teachey Commissioner Ronnie Page Trenton Commissioner Charles Clifton Jones Troy Mayor Roy Maness Mayor Pro Tem James B. Hurley

73 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Valdese Council Member Granville Morrow Vandemere Commissioner Marina Hayes Varnamtown Alderman Ada McDonald Mayor Pro Tem George Ennis Swain

74 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Wade Mayor Huell Aekins Commissioner Ann B. Long Wallace Council Member David E. Jordan Mayor Charles C. Farrior

75 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Warrenton Commissioner Robert D. Edmonds Warsaw Commissioner A.J. Jenkins Washington Park Mayor Thomas B. Richter Council Member Horace B. Cowell

76 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Weldon Mayor George W. Draper Jr. Wendell Commissioner William L. Connelly White Lake Mayor H. Goldston Womble

77 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Williamston Commissioner Al R. Chesson Mayor Tommy E. Roberson Wilson Council Member Gwen C. Burton Council Member Avant P. Coleman

78 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Windsor Commissioner O. Wite Hale Commissioner J.F. Hoggard Winston-Salem Mayor Pro Tem Vivian H. Burke Council Member Nelson Malloy

79 Elected Officials with 20 Years of Municipal Service Winton Commissioner James Wesley Liverman Council Member Alvin W. Foster Yanceyville Mayor Curtis Davis Youngsville Commissioner Leelan A. Woodlief

80 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Albemarle NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

81 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Apex AAA bond rating from Standard & Poor’s Rating Service, 2009 Finalist for Municipal Excellence Award, 2009, National League of Cities

82 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Archdale NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008, Advanced Level, 2009

83 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Asheville G. Herbert Stout Award, for Improving GIS technology, 2009 N.C. Mobile Clean Air Renewable Energy Award, 2008, by Clean Air Renewable Energy (CARE) NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

84 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Banner Elk NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

85 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Beaufort Preserve America Community designation, 2008

86 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Beech Mountain NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

87 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Belmont Tree City USA, 2008 NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

88 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Benson All America City Finalist, 2009 N.C. Small Town Mainstreet National Civic League Community, 2009 NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

89 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Black Creek NCLM Green Challenge Intermediate Level, 2009

90 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Blowing Rock Best Place to buy a second home, Metro Magazine, 2008 Best Small Town, Southern Living magazine, 2009 The Great Towns of America, Second Edition, 2009 NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2009

91 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Boone Tree City USA (15 years) Tree City USA Growth Award (5 yrs.) GFOA Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting for FY 07/08

92 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Boone, continued N.C. Marvin Collins Planning Award, Smart Growth 2009, N.C. Chapter,American Planning Assn. L. E. Tuckwiller Award NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

93 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Brevard NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

94 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Burgaw Civil War Trail Program recognition for historic depot (now renovated)

95 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Canton NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

96 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Carolina Shores NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

97 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Carrboro NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

98 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Cary Third Safest city in US (population 100,000 – 499,999), 2008, CQ Press NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

99 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Chapel Hill Most Liveable City, for fare-free transit, 2009, Mayors’ City Livability Awards LED City, (promotion and display of LED lights), 2009, Cree

100 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Chapel Hill, continued Excellence in Communications Awards, First Place, Communications Plan; Second Place, Printed Publications/ External Newsletter; Second Place, Printed Publications/Internal Newsletter, 2009, N.C. City and County Communicators GFOA Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting, 2009 (23 yrs)

101 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Chapel Hill, continued GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, 2009 (12 years) Chapel Hill Library ranked first in N.C., 2008, Hennen America Public Library Ranking Index (11 yrs)

102 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Chapel Hill, continued Law Enforcement Partner of the Year, 2008, N.C. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention One of Top 10 Brainiest Places to Live, 2008, U.S. News and World Report

103 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Chapel Hill, continued Outstanding Public Art Projects, 2008, Americans for the Arts 2008 Year in Review NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

104 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Charlotte One of Top 25 cities in country with most Energy Star buildings, 2009, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

105 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Cherryville Public Power Awards of Excellence in Economic Development, Communications, Employee Training and Customer Service, 2008 & 2009, ElectricCities of North Carolina Reliable Public Power Provider Gold Member, , , APPA

106 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Cherryville, continued NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level, 2009

107 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Clinton All America City Finalist, 2009, National Civic League

108 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Concord GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for FY (7 yrs) GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2008 (20th consecutive year)

109 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Concord, continued Honorable Mention, N.C. Marvin Collins Planning Award, Comprehensive Planning, 2009, N.C. Chapter, American Planning Association Winner, IEDC Excellence in Economic Development Award, Multi-Year Economic Development Category, 2009

110 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Concord, continued Honorable Mention, IEDC Excellence in Economic Development Award, Special Purpose Brochure Category, 2009 Public Power Awards of Excellence for Economic Development, Customer Service, Energy Efficiency, and Communications and Training, 2009, ElectriCities of North Carolina

111 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Concord, continued NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

112 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Conover NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

113 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Cornelius NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

114 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Cramerton NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

115 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Creedmoor Playful City USA, 2009 (3 rd year)

116 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Davidson NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

117 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Dillsboro NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

118 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Dunn NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2009

119 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham Number 5 on the Relocate America’s 2009 Top 100 Places to Live, 2009, Relocate-America Durham, N.C. Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)ranked number 4 for best mid-sized areas for jobs, 2009, Forbes magazine

120 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Durham MSA climbed 24 spots to #19 for job- growth potential nationwide, 2009, NewGeography.com Third Best Place for Business and Careers, 2009, Forbes magazine

121 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Durham MSA ranked #11 in the nation for keeping jobs, 2009, American City Business Journal Durham MSA ranked 23 rd for fastest growing metropolitan area in country and 3 rd fastest in N.C., 2009, U.S. Census

122 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued One of Ten Best Places to Live in the Nation, 2009, U.S. News & World Report Walker’s Paradise, 2009, Walkscore.com Tenth in Where Recycling Rules, Men’s Health

123 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued National Award for Outstanding Achievement in Metropolitan Transportation Planning to Durham and Capital MPO, 2009, AMPO GFOA Outstanding Achievement in Government Reporting for Citizens’ Financial Report, 2009

124 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting for (2209) 24 years Sustained Professional Purchasing Award, 2008, Carolinas Assn. of Governmental Purchasing GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, 2008 (20 yrs)

125 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Honorable Mention, Public Private Partnerships, Excellence in Economic Development Awards, 2008, International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Silver Circle Award for annual report, 2008, 3CMA; 2008 Award of Excellence for CityLife, 2008, 3CMA

126 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Silver Circle Award, Durham Area Transit Authority, 2008, 3CMA; Award of Excellence for Good Morning advertising campaign, Durham Area Transit Authority

127 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Munis Public Sector Excellence Award, 2008, Tyler Technologies Arts and Culture Innovation Award to Sister Cities of Durham Inc., 2008, Sister Cities International

128 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Durham 911 Center accredited by Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. Only 911 center to achieve accreditations by all three major rating agencies, 2009.

129 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Durham, continued Durham Transportation Center, Durham Per- forming Arts Center and Birchwood Community Center have received Gold Leaf Awards for visual contribution to community, NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

130 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Eden NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

131 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Emerald Isle NCLM Green Challenge Level One,2008 Advanced Level, 2009

132 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Erwin NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

133 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Fayetteville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

134 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Franklin NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

135 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Franklinton NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

136 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Garner NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

137 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Gastonia NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

138 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Goldsboro NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

139 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Granite Falls Small Towns Main Street Community Reliable Public Power Provider, , APPA NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

140 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Granite Falls, continued Public Power Awards of Excellence for Communications, Customer Service, Economic Development, Training, Grassroots/ Building Political Strength and Energy Efficiency, 2009, ElectriCities of North Carolina Safety Awards, APPA and ElectriCities of North Carolina, 2009

141 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Greensboro Solutions Award, regional GIS/911 consolidation, 2009, Public Technology Institute Playful City USA, 2009 FBI Director’s Distinguished Service Award, for Greensboro Police Department’s Crimestoppers Program, 2009

142 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Greensboro, continued Special Achievement in GIS, 2009, ESRI U.S. EPA Region 4 Safe Drinking Award Act Excellence Award for Large Surface Water Pubic Water Supply System, 2009 Albert Newsome Award for Outstanding Programming for Historical Museum, 2008, Federation of N.C. Historical Societies

143 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Greensboro, continued FEMA National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System Award, 2009 First Place in Diversity and Outreach, 2009, American Library Association GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting, 2008

144 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Greensboro, continued CAGP Sustained Professional Purchasing Award for Excellence in Purchasing Standards, 2009, Carolinas Association of Governmental Purchasing Savvy Award for City Connections cable show, 2009, 3CMA

145 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Greenville Audrey Nelson Community Development Achievement Award, 2009, National Community Development Association Top Aquatics Program, 2009 U.S. Water Fitness Association Employee Spirit Award, United Way of Pitt County

146 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Greenville, continued Corporate Spirit Award, United Way of Pitt County NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

147 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Hendersonville N.C. Marvin Collins Planning Award, Brian Benson Outstanding Planning Award, Com- prehensive Planning (Small Community), 2009 N.C. Chapter, American Planning Association, Greenville

148 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Hendersonville, continued Audrey Nelson Community Development Achievement Award, 2009, National Community Development Association NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

149 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Hickory Outstanding Achievement in Local Government Innovation for Operation No Vacancy, 2009 Alliance for Innovation NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

150 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point 2008 Gold Award for Municipal Excellence, National League of Cities 2008 ICMA Gold Award for Communities Against Violence Certificate of Distinction, ICMA Center for Performance Measurement

151 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award 2008 Second Place, Best Cartographic Design, ESRI International User Conference Tree City, 2008 & Special Theme Award for Community Development, N.C. Chapter, American Planning Assn.

152 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued Number One in nation for attracting new and expanded business, Site Selection Magazine and N.C. Governor Awards of Excellence – Distribution and Warehousing, 2008 & 2009, Expansion Solutions magazine

153 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued Annual Conference of International Economic Development Council 2008 Award for annual report, High Point: Leading the nation in attracting new industry Public Power Award of Excellence, Economic Development Successes, 2008 & 2009, ElectriCities of North Carolina

154 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued Southern Economic Development Council Award, 2008 & 2009, for annual report, High Point: Extraordinary Success in Extraordinary Times Public Power Award for Outstanding Achievement in areas of customer service, energy efficiency, communications, key accounts and training, ElectriCities of North Carolina

155 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued Cultural Diversity Award, 2009, National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials Spirit Award 2008, United Way of Greater High Point Employee Campaign Bronze Award for 2008, United Way of Greater High Point

156 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued Reliable Public Power Provider Platinum Member, APPA Sustained Professional Purchasing Award for excellence in purchasing standards, Carolinas Association of Governmental Purchasing

157 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued GFOA Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting for year ending June 30, 2008 Upgrade of Standard & Poor’s general obligation bond rating to AAA Inclusive Community Award 2009, ARC of High Point

158 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns High Point, continued Recognition from IRS for participation in Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

159 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Hillsborough NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

160 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Holden Beach NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

161 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Hudson Best Community Park in Caldwell County (3 rd consecutive year)

162 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Huntersville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

163 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Indian Trail One of Ten Best Cities for families, 2009 Family Circle magazine

164 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Jamestown GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting, 2008 Tree City USA, 2008

165 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Kannapolis Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Award, 2009 U.S. EDA Excellence in Economic Development Award: Economic Diversification Strategies, 2009 GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting, FY 2008 GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation, FY 2008

166 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Kannapolis, continued Alliance for Innovation Outstanding Achievement: Innovations & Transforming Local Governments, 2008 Silver Addy Award (marketing) for City of Kannapolis Stormwater Direct Mail, 2008 Silver Davey Award (marketing) for City of Kannapolis Magazine, 2008

167 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Kannapolis, continued Alliance for Innovation Outstanding Achievement: Innovations & Transforming Local Governments, 2008 Silver Addy Award (marketing) for City of Kannapolis Stormwater Direct Mail, 2008 Silver Davey Award (marketing) for City of Kannapolis Magazine, 2008

168 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Kannapolis, continued NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

169 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Kill Devil Hills NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

170 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Kinston All America City Award, 2009, National Civic League

171 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Lenoir All America City Award, 2008, National Civic League NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

172 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Lewisville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

173 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Lexington NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

174 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Lincolnton GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting, 2008 (18 consecutive yrs) Best Downtown Special Event; Best Promotional Item: Graphics; Best Innovation; N.C. Main Street Awards, 2009 Accredited National Main Street Program, 2008 (10 consecutive yrs)

175 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Marion Tree City USA, 2009 (20 yrs) N.C. Areawide Optimization Program Award for Turbidity Removal, 2008, N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources Public Water Supply Section

176 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Marion, continued Outstanding N.C. Traffic Safe Community, 2008, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

177 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Marshville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

178 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Matthews NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

179 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Mocksville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

180 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Montreat NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

181 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Morehead City GFOA Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting Recreational Boating Access Award, Boat U.S. Employment Security Commission Award, N.C. Employment Security Commission “Hot Spot,” National Marine Manufacturer’s Association & Discover Boating

182 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Morehead City, continued Readers’ Choice Award for top shark diving and top wreck diving Accredited Police Department NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

183 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Morganton Reliable Public Power Provider GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting for Comprehensive Annual Financial Report First Place, Excellence in Communications, Morganton City Pride newsletter

184 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Morganton, continued Second in state in participation in Governor’s Highway Safety Program NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

185 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Morrisville GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting for Year Ending June 30, 2008 GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, 2008 Traveling Fire Bucket Award, 2009 National Fire Service Seat Belt Pledge Achievement, 2009

186 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Morrisville, continued N.C. Marvin Collins Planning Award, Comprehensive Planning, 2009, N.C. Chapter, American Planning Association NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

187 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Mount Pleasant NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

188 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Mount Airy Safety Star recertification, 2009, N.C. Department of Labor

189 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns New London NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

190 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Newton NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

191 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Oak Island GFOA Excellence in Financial Report Award Bronze Level Fit Community ( ) Tree City USA (12 yrs) NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2009

192 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Oriental Tree City USA, 2009 (14 yrs)

193 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Oxford Excellence in Operation and Maintenance for Wastewater Treatment Plant, Central Region, N.C. American Water Works Association/Water Environment Association GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2008

194 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Pinehurst Tree City USA (three yrs) NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

195 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Raleigh NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

196 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns River Bend NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

197 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Rural Hall NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

198 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Snow Hill NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

199 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Southern Pines NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

200 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Southern Shores NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

201 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Southport Tree City USA Recognition and Growth Award, 2009 Main Street Community Designation

202 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Statesville All America City Award, 2009, National Civic League NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

203 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Tarboro NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

204 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Trinity NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

205 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Tryon N.C. Safe Drinking Water Excellence Award for Medium Size Surface Water Systems, 2008 NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

206 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Wake Forest NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

207 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Waynesville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Intermediate Level 2009

208 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Waxhaw Voluntary OSHA Inspection with good marks

209 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns White Lake NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

210 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Whiteville NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

211 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Wilkesboro NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008

212 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Wilmington NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

213 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Winston-Salem Top Seven Intelligent Communities of the Year Award, 2008, The Intelligent Community Forum NCLM Green Challenge Level One, 2008 Advanced Level, 2009

214 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Winterville Tree City USA (5 yrs) Reliable Public Power Provider, APPA Public Power Awards of Excellence for customer service, communications & training, ElectriCities of North Carolina NCLM Green Challenge, Level One, 2009

215 Celebrating the Accomplishments of our Cities & Towns Zebulon Tree City USA (since 2005) Tree City USA Growth Award, 2008


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