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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Cannady appointed as new Surf City council member

SURF CITY — The Town of Surf City appointed its newest council member to replace Teresa Batts, who has moved into the position of interim mayor following Doug Medlin’s resignation.

During Surf City’s council meeting Tuesday, Hugh Cannady was appointed to serve out of 13 applicants. He will be sworn in by the town clerk and take his seat at the next meeting.

“I want to thank all the applicants to have expressed interest in this position and urge them to continue to be involved in the future of Surf City,” Mayor Batts said in a release. “I feel confident that Hugh will serve this community with great pride and will be an asset to the Team. We’re looking forward to continuing the work of the residents of the Town of Surf City.”

Cannady has been active in the community by serving youth sports teams and volunteering for beach cleanups and street sweeps.

A retired state trooper, he worked for the North Carolina Highway Patrol for 27 years and retired as a first sergeant. During his time as a trooper, he assisted the Surf City Police Department with collision investigation, specifically serious personal injury collisions. Cannady was also the town representative during hurricanes Bonnie, Bertha, Fran, Floyd, Matthew and Florence.

“As a resident of Surf City for more than 27 years, I have experienced the
changes and challenges our community is faced with,” Cannady said in a press release. “I am excited to serve in this new capacity and am eager to lend my background and knowledge to help further the goals of the Town.”


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