North Carolina law says texts like this, between government employees or elected officials, are part of the public domain. But, many local governments across the state aren’t following the law. Here, Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins (texts in gray) and Commissioner David Coble (texts in blue) discuss a controversial rezoning request for land on Lake Davidson.
North Carolina law says texts like this, between government employees or elected officials, are part of the public domain. But, many local governments across the state aren’t following the law. Here, Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins (texts in gray) and Commissioner David Coble (texts in blue) discuss a controversial rezoning request for land on Lake Davidson. Town of Mooresville
North Carolina law says texts like this, between government employees or elected officials, are part of the public domain. But, many local governments across the state aren’t following the law. Here, Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins (texts in gray) and Commissioner David Coble (texts in blue) discuss a controversial rezoning request for land on Lake Davidson. Town of Mooresville

Town official called neighbors ‘loud mouths.’ Then he learned his text was public record.

August 05, 2017 01:45 PM

UPDATED August 05, 2017 06:27 PM

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