In an address known as the “State of the County,” Johnston County Board of Commissioners chairman, right, Jeff Carver delivered the annual assessment of county wins and losses in the last year.
In an address known as the “State of the County,” Johnston County Board of Commissioners chairman, right, Jeff Carver delivered the annual assessment of county wins and losses in the last year. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
In an address known as the “State of the County,” Johnston County Board of Commissioners chairman, right, Jeff Carver delivered the annual assessment of county wins and losses in the last year. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

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