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Political

  • H2GO Board of Commissioners candidate Rodney McKoy

    Name: Rodney McCoy

    Office sought: H2GO Board of Commissioners

    Party affiliation: Democrat; position is unaffiliated

    Age: 66

    Town of residence: Belville

    Education: Bachelor of Science in applied physics, East Carolina University, 1973

    Profession: Industrial sales, specifying liquid handling solutions.

    Political and public service experience: Other than volunteering, none.

  • H2GO Board of Commissioners candidate William J. Beer

    Name: William J. Beer

    Office sought: H2GO Board of Commissioners

    Party affiliation: Non-partisan

    Age: 69

    Town of residence: Leland

    Education: Graduate (Bachelor of Science) of Pennsylvania State University; attended Penn State and Franklin and Marshall College for post graduate work in business administration; achieved Green Belt status as part of General Electric’s Six Sigma program, a globally recognized quality management program

  • H2GO Board of Commissioners candidate Carl Antos (incumbent)

    Name: Carl Antos

    Office sought: H2GO Board of Commissioners

    Party affiliation: None

    Age: 79

    Town of residence: Leland

    Education: Attended Hofstra University, public administration, 1974, Bachelor of Science, history, social anthropology, magna cum laude, Dowling College, Oakdale, N.Y., 1973; Aeronautical Academy, Oklahoma City, 1962

    Profession: Retired Department of Transportation/Federal Aviation Administration air traffic area supervisor, 1962-1994

  • 2017 municipal election candidate profiles

    The Beacon asked candidates for contested offices in the coverage area to fill out and return questionnaires seeking basic information for readers ahead of Nov. 7’s municipal elections.

  • Meet the Holden Beach candidates

    Meet the Candidates, hosted by the Holden Beach Property Owners Association, will be Friday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. at Holden Beach Town Hall.

    All of Holden Beach’s elected positions are up for election in November.

    Mayor Alan Holden filed July 7 to run again and will not face any opposition.

    Seven candidates, including three incumbents, will run for all five open commissioner seats.

    H. Ashley Royal is not seeking re-election, while Kim Isenhour resigned after moving out of town.