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David Stewart

Director

Pamlico County Shrine Club

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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Logistical Engineering

Cherry Point


Norfolk Navy Yard


Affiliations

Pamlico County Shrine Club

Treasurer


Web References(3 Total References)


www.newbernsj.com

Dave Stewart, left, director of the Pamlico County Shrine Club Speckled Trout Tournament, prepares to weight an entry by fisherman Phil Rawls of Oriental.
Dave Stewart, the tournament director, said the club hopes to have the loan paid off soon. "Once that is done, 50 percent of the proceeds will go to the hospitals," he said.


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David Stewart, 50, is a first-time political office-seeker.He was born and grew up in Norfolk, Va., and worked at the Norfolk Navy Yard.He was transferred to Cherry Point in 1977.He moved to New Bern, spent weekends in Pamlico County and relocated in Minnesott Beach in 1993.He is retired from Cherry Point, where he worked in logistical engineering.He has owned and operated a bait, tackle and crafts shop in town for the past six months.He is a past master at Mount Vernon Masonic Lodge in Oriental, and the current treasurer of the Pamlico County Shrine Club."I've been active in town administration for l0 years attending the board meetings," he said."I just felt like there should be a choice for change."Stewart said he was not against growth, but questioned the town's motives."I like the old Minnesott.I'm not against growth, but it needs to be controlled better," he said."We don't need to be greedy and just think of the money that will coming in."One such annexation is the planned 900-homesite Arlington Place."I was adamantly against Arlington Place being annexed," he said."They (commissioners) were just greedy.If there was any way to de-annex, I would do it." He promised to vote on issues based on community consensus."If you've got 500 people and got an issue coming up and 400 say they want something, even if I don't agree, I will do that," he said.


www.newbernsj.com

David Stewart, 50, is a first-time political office-seeker. He was born and grew up in Norfolk, Va., and worked at the Norfolk Navy Yard.He was transferred to Cherry Point in 1977.He moved to New Bern, spent weekends in Pamlico County and relocated in Minnesott Beach in 1993. He is retired from Cherry Point, where he worked in logistical engineering. He has owned and operated a bait, tackle and crafts shop in town for the past six months. He is a past master at Mount Vernon Masonic Lodge in Oriental, and the current treasurer of the Pamlico County Shrine Club. "I've been active in town administration for l0 years attending the board meetings," he said."I just felt like there should be a choice for change." Stewart said he was not against growth, but questioned the town's motives. "I like the old Minnesott.I'm not against growth, but it needs to be controlled better," he said."We don't need to be greedy and just think of the money that will coming in." One such annexation is the planned 900-homesite Arlington Place. "I was adamantly against Arlington Place being annexed," he said."They (commissioners) were just greedy.If there was any way to de-annex, I would do it." He promised to vote on issues based on community consensus. "If you've got 500 people and got an issue coming up and 400 say they want something, even if I don't agree, I will do that," he said.


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