Gov. Pat McCrory, center, laughs along with outgoing N.C. Budget Director Lee Roberts, right, after it was announced that Roberts is leaving to go into the private sector during a press conference held at the Governor's Mansion in Raleigh on Jan. 7, 2015. He will be succeeded by Andrew T. Heath, who has been chairman of the North Carolina Industrial Commission. Incoming Secretary of Revenue Jeffrey Epstein is at left. McCrory also announced that Revenue Secretary Lyons Gray would be moving to the Utilities Commission, and would be replaced at the head of Revenue by Jeffrey M. Epstein, who has been the department's chief operating officer.
Gov. Pat McCrory, center, laughs along with outgoing N.C. Budget Director Lee Roberts, right, after it was announced that Roberts is leaving to go into the private sector during a press conference held at the Governor's Mansion in Raleigh on Jan. 7, 2015. He will be succeeded by Andrew T. Heath, who has been chairman of the North Carolina Industrial Commission. Incoming Secretary of Revenue Jeffrey Epstein is at left. McCrory also announced that Revenue Secretary Lyons Gray would be moving to the Utilities Commission, and would be replaced at the head of Revenue by Jeffrey M. Epstein, who has been the department's chief operating officer. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Gov. Pat McCrory, center, laughs along with outgoing N.C. Budget Director Lee Roberts, right, after it was announced that Roberts is leaving to go into the private sector during a press conference held at the Governor's Mansion in Raleigh on Jan. 7, 2015. He will be succeeded by Andrew T. Heath, who has been chairman of the North Carolina Industrial Commission. Incoming Secretary of Revenue Jeffrey Epstein is at left. McCrory also announced that Revenue Secretary Lyons Gray would be moving to the Utilities Commission, and would be replaced at the head of Revenue by Jeffrey M. Epstein, who has been the department's chief operating officer. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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