Republican Davie County Commissioner Candidate: Charles Odell Williams
Published 2:19 pm Thursday, April 28, 2022
The following is information on one of five candidates for Davie County Board of Commissioners. Voters will elected two. Early voting started April 28 and the primary election will be May 17.
Charles Odell Williams
McAllister Road, Mocksville
High school, 1966 graduation. Radio & television schools, 1970. College, 1976-1980
Ingersoll-Rand 1970-78; Lexington Furniture, 1989-95; Skyline, 1995-2002; WalMart, 2005-2006; Pizza Hut delivery, 2006; Marco’s, 2010; China Grill, 2013. Retired in 2013.
In The Community
• Church on Sundays
Why did you decide to seek public office?
Williams: Try to make Davie County a better place to live in.
What do you think are the most significant challenges facing the county, and how do you intend to address those challenges?
Williams: I am tired of seeing place torned down like the high school torned down for five million dollars; man payed sixty seven thousand dollars to take the bricks away. Hospital torned down because insurance pay money to torn down the hospital. Hospital could be used as a nursing home. High school could be used as a office building and musems.
What are the top qualities that should be considered for a county manager? What salary range should Davie County pay its manager?
Williams: Have a college education. Pay what every he is getting now.
Williams: The sheriff office and health department has been moved to the old Boyce Furniture building near Interest 40 and on Farmington Road. Bermuda wanted it moved closer because they do not like driving, 14, 15 and 16 miles from their home.