Alamance County, North Carolina

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Grade2.pngB-
Budget
{{{1}}}
Meetings
{{{1}}}
Elected Officials
{{{1}}}
Administrative Officials
{{{1}}}
Permits, zoning
{{{1}}}
Audits
{{{1}}}
Contracts N
600px-Red x.png
Lobbying N
600px-Red x.png
Public records N
600px-Red x.png
Local taxes
{{{1}}}
County websitesGuide.png
Transparency grading process
Alamance County is one of 100 counties in North Carolina.

Website evaluation

The good

  • Budget is published.[1]
  • Annual financial audit report available.[2]
  • County commissioners are listed with contact information.[3] Meeting schedule, minutes, agendas, and videos are available.[4]
  • Local tax information is available.[5]
  • Department heads are listed with contact information under their respective department.[6]
  • Zoning information[7] and building permits available.[8]

The bad

Events

Issues with jail

In 2008, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detention Standards Compliance Review found that the Alamance County jail was "deficient" because of a policy that allowed Tasers to be used on inmates. The jail's 287(g) program was also rated as "seriously flawed."[9]

External links

References