What is the role of the Board of Commissioners?

The Moore County Board of Commissioners consists of five members who are elected to serve staggered four-year terms.  Each commissioner represents and resides in a district, but is elected at-large. The Board is the general governing body of the County and has three primary functions: 1) Establishment of overall fiscal policy through its taxing and spending powers; 2) Regulation of private conduct through its ordinance making powers; and 3) General administration.

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1. What is the role of the Board of Commissioners?
2. When do they meet?
3. Where does the Board Meet?
4. Are the meetings open to the public?
5. Am I able to speak at a meeting?
6. How can I view agendas, minutes, resolutions, and other documents presented to the Board?
7. Where can I access the Moore County Code of Ordinances?