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Monday, May 27, 2024

50-year civil engineer sworn in as new CFPUA board member

William R. Smith (Courtesy CFPUA)

NEW HANOVER COUNTY — The newest member of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority board was sworn in Wednesday.

William R. Smith was appointed by the New Hanover County commissioners to serve through 2026. He will also serve on CFPUA’s long-range planning committee.

A native of Portsmouth, Virginia, and graduate of Virginia Tech, Smith worked for more than 50 years as a civil engineer. Before retiring and moving to North Carolina, he was the owner and co-founder of firms in Virginia and Florida, providing services to local, state, and federal government agencies.

While living in Virginia and Florida, he served on numerous community boards and commissions including the wetlands board in Hampton, Virginia; Florida Technical Water Advisory Board in Broward County; and the Florida Zoning and Planning Board in St. Lucie County.

Smith was a member of the board of directors of the National Society of Professional Engineers and president of the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers.

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