Three Hyde County meetings and a reception are scheduled for Monday (May 2) afternoon.

The Board of Equalization and Review will meet at 3 p.m. in the Hyde County Government Center, Multi-Use Room, Swan Quarter.

The purpose of the meeting is to hear any appeals to the 2022 property tax values. Pursuant To N. C.G.S. 105-322, the Hyde County Board of Equalization and Review will meet as required by law.

Click here for the full notice. Click here for an FAQ on appeals and the appeal process.

After that, a reception honoring departing Hyde County deputies Capt. Jason Daniels and Sgt. Blackburn Warner will be at 4 p.m. in the Ocracoke Community Center.

All are invited to attend.

A Joint Meeting with Board of Education will follow at 5 p.m.

A quorum of the Hyde County Board of Commissioners will be in attendance in the Hyde County Government Center and Ocracoke Community Center using electronic conferencing equipment. The purpose of this meeting is to participate in a joint meeting with the Hyde County Board of Education.

Finally, the regular monthly meeting of the Hyde County Board of Commissioners will be held at 6 p.m. in the Hyde County Government Center, Multi-Use Room, Swan Quarter and the Ocracoke Community Center. The public is welcome to attend in person and the meeting will also be live streamed via the County’s Facebook Live account.

The agenda is below. Click here to download meeting packets.

The Hyde County Board of Commissioners meetings will be available to watch via Facebook Live for those who cannot attend in-person. You do not need to have a Facebook account to view the live stream. You can find the County’s Facebook account by searching for Hyde County Public Information or go to it directly at https://www.facebook.com/HydeCountyNC

The commissioners are also accepting public comments for all meetings and hearings via a web submission at https://forms.gle/qWzxU8EXfaQDahWp6 or by leaving a voicemail at 252-926-5288. Submissions must be received at least one hour prior to the start of the meeting for the first public comment period. Submissions submitted after that and prior to the second public comment period will be read or played during the second public comment period. Comments on Facebook are not considered public comments for the meeting, as they are not always monitored.

Public Comments are a time for the public to make comments to the County Commissioners. Comments should be kept to three minutes or less and comments should be directed to the entire Board and not to individual members, the staff, or to other members of the public.

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