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Beverly Boswell
« Reply #10 on: July 10, 2017, 10:55:59 PM »
Meet "Berserk" Boswell --



#beverlyboswell
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ACLU takes on Beverly Boswell
« Reply #9 on: July 08, 2017, 07:44:12 PM »

What is Beverly Boswell hiding??


Representative Boswell,

Please find attached a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina Legal Foundation regarding a recent, as yet unfulfilled, public record request from one of your constituents, Craig Merrill, as well as your legal obligations pursuant to the applicable law. A copy of this letter will follow via US mail.

We look forward to working with you to ensure that Mr. Merrill’s public record request is fully responded to no later than July 17, 2017.

Thank you for your attention to this matter and please do not hesitate to be in touch if we can provide further assistance here.

http://outerbanksbeacon.com/2017/06/aclu-pursue-foia-case-boswell-records/
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Beverly Boswell
« Reply #8 on: July 08, 2017, 12:00:49 PM »



Ol' Bought-n-Sold, Beverly Bag-Lady, Boswell is "Catch'in" hell over on...


http://islandfreepress.org/2017Archives/06.28.2017-BagBanInchingCloserToBeingRepealed.html -

Wrong on Marine Fisheries and Wrong on Bags...  Bag-Lady Boswell --

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Re: Beverly Boswell
« Reply #7 on: July 05, 2017, 09:58:19 PM »

Please keep Rep. Beverly Boswell in your thoughts as she appears to be suffering from amnesia??


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Beverly Boswell
« Reply #6 on: July 02, 2017, 02:15:07 PM »
#Bought&$oldBoswell

Click the link below the image to see who owns her...




http://cf.ncsbe.gov/CFOrgLkup/ViewDocumentImage?DID=202787
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Re: Beverly Boswell
« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2017, 01:47:05 AM »

Boswell said members of the Coastal Conservation Association and their lobbyists were talking to key House members Wednesday morning asking to have the bill debated.

But she said a member of that panel told her “867 is not on the agenda, and if it is read in I will object.”

Boswell added that she spoke with House Rules chairman Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, who agreed that the bill would not be placed on the calendar or debated by the committee.

“Shame on them for this underhanded attempt to rob the commercial fishermen of their livelihood,” Boswell said. “If you have to sneak around, then it’s probably not a good bill.”

This comes one day after groups that favored the Coastal Fisheries Conservation and Economic Development Act were at the General Assembly on Tuesday, including about two dozen who drove around the Legislative Building towing small boats and kayaks.

https://outerbanksvoice.com/2017/06/21/bill-to-revamp-coastal-fisheries-management-blocked-again/
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Re: Beverly Boswell
« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2017, 07:29:45 AM »
Can't wait to see Button-Busting-Buttercup's version...

I'm sure it would allow the resource to be abused.

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Re: Beverly Boswell
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2017, 12:34:31 AM »
BY MICHELLE WAGNER | SENTINEL STAFF |

Dare County awaits the fate of key bills

The fate of a handful of bills that have attracted a lot of attention and generated controversy in Dare County is still unknown as the N.C. General Assembly moves to wrap up its 2017 session this week.

      As of June 26, the question of whether the non-partisan board of education elections in Dare County would soon become partisan races was still up in the air. So, too, is a hotly debated measure that would repeal an eight-year-old ban that prohibits Outer Banks retailers from using plastic bags.

      In addition, State Representative Beverly Boswell told the Sentinel that she has submitted a revised version of the controversial HB 867 measure to House Speaker Tim Moore that was devised with the input of local commercial fishermen. The original HB 867 proposal was widely viewed by the commercial fishing community as detrimental to that industry.

      If passed, the bill pertaining to school board races (SB 253) would require that Dare County Board of Education elections, along with those in seven other counties, become partisan in 2018, moving back the voting date to the November general election.

      The county board of education and the county commissioners have both passed resolutions opposing the measure. Last week, the board of education again sent a message to Boswell and State Senator Bill Cook, as well as to other state senators, stating their opposition to the bill.

      Jordan Hennessy, legislative aide to Cook, explained that the senator representing Haywood County wanted that county removed from the measure, and the bill went to conference committee on that technicality. But he added that it was expected to come back before the Senate for a final vote this week.

      HB 56, which would repeal the plastic bag ban and make some substantial changes to the make-up of the Marine Fisheries Commission, passed the House and was scheduled to go before the State Senate for a second reading on June 26. Hennessy told the Sentinel that, once the measure passed on the Senate floor, it would go back to the House for a vote.

      Along with repealing the plastic bag ban, HB 56 would reduce the number of members on the Marine Fisheries Commission from nine to seven and require a supermajority of five members as opposed to the current six. Under the bill, the commission would consist of at least two members who are in the commercial fishing industry, one in the recreational sports fishery, one in the sports fishing industry and one fisheries scientist.

      While HB 867 resurfaced briefly last week, with another attempt to push it through the Wildlife Resources Committee, Boswell explained that this effort was quickly beaten back.

      Among other things, HB 867 had called for a management shift away from sustainable harvest to one focusing primarily on conservation and charged the Marine Fisheries Commission to “eliminate by-catch” even when it could be sold and consumed.

      Boswell said she doesn’t think any vote on a revised version of the bill will happen until the General Assembly reconvenes for its short session next year.

Another bill sponsored by Boswell, HB 415, became law last week. It calls for an election in the Village of Hatteras to decide whether the Hatteras Village Community Center District wants to expand the uses of ad valorem tax funds for the construction and maintenance of multi-use pathways around the village.



http://m.obsentinel.com/news/the-raleigh-scramble/article_ab682e6c-5b44-11e7-b451-bb4c7cdda487.html?mode=jqm
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Re: Beverly Boswell
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2017, 08:47:00 PM »

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