Election 2012: Buncombe Sheriff Van Duncan endorses County Commissioner candidate Terry Van Duyn

Press release

from the Van Duyn campaign

: Buncombe County Sheriff, Van Duncan has recently endorsed Terry Van Duyn for Buncombe County Commissioner. Terry Van Duyn is running for County Commission in District 3, which comprises parts of South Asheville and Arden, Biltmore Forest, Enka, parts of Candler, Biltmore Lake, Sandy Mush, Leicester, and some other areas of Buncombe County. Van Duyn is a former Systems Analyst who has lived in Buncombe County for the past 20 years. She has served as a volunteer and on boards of numerous Buncombe County organizations, like Women for Women, Children First, the Community Foundation, and Pisgah Legal Service. Van Duyn has said that as Commissioner, her focus would be protecting Buncombe County values like high quality public education, natural resource preservation, and creating good paying jobs.

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Editor Margaret Williams first wrote for Xpress in 1994. An Alabama native, she has lived in Western North Carolina since 1987 and completed her Masters of Liberal Arts & Sciences from UNC-Asheville in 2016. Follow me @mvwilliams

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