Craig Powers, assistant public services director for the City of Salisbury, has successfully graduated from the 2017 - 2018 Municipal and County Administration course of the School of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill.
The program in Municipal Administration is designed for managers, department heads, and officials whose responsibilities require a broad understanding of functions beyond individual areas of specialization. The course is approximately 150 hours in length, and more than 60 instructors participate in leading the program. Course instruction covers North Carolina local government law, organization and management, finance and budgeting, employment law and administration, planning and regulation of development, and the delivery of specific city or county services.
Powers was one of 96 officials who graduated the Municipal and County Administration course this year and is one of more than 3,200 officials who have completed the course since it began in 1954.