Jacksonville councilmember returns to Military Affairs Commission

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — City of Jacksonville Councilwoman Dr. Angelia J. Washington has been re-appointed to the North Carolina Military Affairs Commi...

November 23, 2022
8:06 PM

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — City of Jacksonville Councilwoman Dr. Angelia J. Washington has been re-appointed to the North Carolina Military Affairs Commission by Governor Roy Cooper, according to the City of Jacksonville. Washington is the first elected official from Jacksonville to be appointed as a voting member to the Commission. Dr. Washington first filled the seat vacated by a retired military leader representing MCAS Cherry Point in fall of 2021.   The Military Affairs Commission provides recommendations to the Governor of North Carolina, the General Assembly, the Secretary of Military and Veterans Affairs, and other State agencies on programs and legislation advancing the role of North Carolina's military installations, the National Guard and the State's economic health and vitality.

Lisa Miller