Rolesville Mayor Pro Tempore Ronnie Currin Elected Chair of TJCOG Board of Delegates

— August 2017

Rolesville Mayor Pro Tempore Ronnie Currin Elected Chair of TJCOG Board of Delegates 

Commissioner Ronnie CurrinTriangle J Council of Governments is honored to have Rolesville Mayor Pro Tempore Ronnie Currin serving as the newest Chair of the TJCOG Board of Delegates for Fiscal Year 2017-18. In his new role, Mr. Currin will lead a board of thirty-seven delegates from across Moore, Lee, Chatham, Orange, Durham, Wake and Johnston counties to make key decisions on programs, initiatives and future opportunities that span across the Triangle J region. Mr. Currin has served as a delegate on the TJCOG Board since 2006 and as an elected officer since 2015. He has been a strong advocate for both the region and his local community.

“The Town of Rolesville is honored to have Mayor Pro Tempore Ronnie Currin not only serving as our representative on the TJCOG Board of Delegates but also as the Chairperson”, said Rolesville Town Manager Bryan Hicks. “He brings a wealth of experience and professionalism to the table. Mr. Currin has worked hard for the Town of Rolesville for almost 20 consecutive years as an elected official. He has the greater good of the community and region at heart bringing a common-sense mentality to the important issues at hand. The Town of Rolesville congratulates Mr. Currin for this wonderful achievement.”

The FY 2017-18 officers for the TJCOG Board of Delegates consists of the following: Chair Ronnie Currin representing the Town of Rolesville, First Vice-Chair Rebecca Wyhof representing the City of Sanford, Second Vice-Chair Jim Crawford representing Chatham County, and Secretary/Treasurer Bethany Chaney representing the Town of Carrboro.

Triangle J Council of Governments (TJCOG) is the lead regional planning organization for North Carolina’s Region J, encompassing Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Lee, Moore, Orange and Wake counties. TJCOG promotes collaboration among local governments, stakeholders and partners, tackling challenges that cross jurisdictional lines. Learn more at www.tjcog.org