In 1923 the state auditor recommended the creation of a Department of Administration to perform administrative fiscal functions for the governor, to provide services for other state agencies, and to promote uniformity and cohesiveness in the...
The first predecessor to the Human Relations Commission was the Good Neighbor Council, established 18 January 1963 by executive order of Governor Terry Sanford. The council consisted of twenty-four citizens appointed by the governor. Its mission...
North Carolina Human Relations Commission, Department of Administration
The earliest predecessor of the North Carolina Seashore Commission was the North Carolina Cape Hatteras Seashore Commission. Established by the General Assembly of 1939, the commission was charged with acquiring lands in the Cape Hatteras region...
The State Capital Planning Commission grew out of a key recommendation made by the 1959 Commission on Reorganization of State Government in its sixth report--that a capital planning commission be established by the General Assembly to formulate a...
North Carolina State Capital Planning Commission, Department of Administration
North Carolina's Constitution of 1776 authorized a Supreme Court of Law and Equity and established life-long terms for its judges. The constitution, however, omitted further specifications for such a court, and the design of the state's judiciary...
North Carolina Supreme Court, Judicial Department
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