History, Charm and Southern Hospitality
The Governing Body of the Village of Pinehurst consists of a five-member council that includes a directly elected Mayor. Elections are held in odd years, with two council members elected to four (4) year terms in one cycle, while the mayor and the other two council members are elected in the next cycle. Persons interested in running for a seat on the Village Council should consult the Moore County Board of Elections.
The Council provides overall policy guidance for all municipal operations. To affect this, the Council considers and adopts local ordinances and resolutions to provide for the health, safety and overall quality of life for the citizens of Pinehurst. The Council determines the level of service the Village will provide to its citizens. The governing body of the Village makes appointments to various volunteer boards and commissions that act in an advisory and quasi-judicial role for the Village. The Council also selects and contracts with the Village Manager and Village Attorney for services. All Council actions are made with the primary goals of preservation of the quiet, tranquil and unusually attractive village atmosphere and retaining and enhancing the quality of life for its present and future residents and their visitors.
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Nancy Roy Fiorillo was born in Massachusetts but has lived in the South for over 40 years. A resident of Pinehurst since 1997, Fiorillo retired in 2005 from a 21 year career in North Carolina State and Local Government.
During her career, she held positions as Emergency Medical Services Planner with the Mid-Carolina Council of Governments, Community Planner for the NC Department of Commerce, Planning Director for Moore County as well as Director of Planning and Inspections for Cumberland County. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Welfare and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from NC State University. Fiorillo taught as an adjunct professor in the Political Science Department at Methodist University from 1995 – 1997, and earned the National Certification in Planning (AICP) in 1999.
Since her retirement she has served on the Board of Directors of the Pinehurst Civic Group, was a member of the Small Area “A” Planning Committee and Chaired the Moore County Planning Board. She is a member of the St. Joseph of the Pines Guild and both the Moore Republican Women’s and Men’s Clubs. Fiorillo currently serves on the Planning and Environment Legislative Committee of the NC League of Municipalities and is a graduate of the Moore County Leadership Institute.
Nancy and her husband Ray owned and operated the Sandhills Bridge Studio from 2002 – 2007. They continue to play bridge locally, in tournaments, and travel and teach duplicate bridge on cruise ships.
Nancy and her husband are members of Community Presbyterian Church.
John R. Cashion was born in Dallas, Texas and is a graduate of SMU with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He was employed by Mobil Oil Corporation for over 30 years and has experience in the financial/controller functions, supply/distribution operations and information technology. During his career he held various management and leadership positions in Dallas, New York, Fairfax, VA and Houston.
Mr. Cashion’s prior community/municipal experience includes a publicly elected Councilman in a Dallas County suburb, Chairman of the Urban Renewal Historical District Committee for a community in Texas, and member of a special task force for
the Virginia United Methodist Retirement Homes which evaluated the spending and procurement of services for six retirement facilities.
Since moving to Pinehurst, Mr. Cashion has served on the Pinewild Country Club Advisory Board for 2 years, with one year as President, and the Pinewild Property Owners Association Board for 5 years, twice serving as their president and serving five months as the interim community manager during the Board’s search for a permanent manager. He is a member of the Pinehurst Civic Group and the Moore County Republican Men’s Club.
John and his wife, Jan moved from Oakton, Virginia to Pinehurst in 2000 after their retirement. They are active members of the Pinehurst United Methodist Church.
Clark Campbell was born in Hartford, Connecticut, and raised in Bristol, Connecticut. He graduated from Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.) with a full double major in mathematics and economics. He also graduated from The Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America (Washington, DC).
Councilmember Campbell is licensed to practice law in North Carolina, Maryland and the District of Columbia and is a partner in the Sandhills Law Group, with offices in Pinehurst, Carthage and Seven Lakes.
Councilmember Campbell moved to Pinehurst in July 2001 with his wife and they decided to raise their family here. He and his wife own or are partners in several residential and commercial investment properties.
Councilmember Campbell has served on the Village Planning and Zoning Board and has been active in the community and supporting youth through coaching the basketball and swim team.
Claire Berggren was born in Monterey, California and graduated from high school in Succasunna, New Jersey. Councilmember Berggren holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Maryland and the majority of her career was in marketing and territory management in the high-tech industry. Councilmember Berggren is currently the Marketing Director for the Moore County Convention & Visitors Bureau. She was Area Marketing Manager for Cambridge Technology Partners out of Atlanta with responsibility for the Carolinas when she moved to Pinehurst in 2000. Councilmember Berggren also served as sales manager at an area hotel in Olmsted Village and as a real estate broker before joining the Pinehurst Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Councilmember Berggren is a graduate of the Moore County 101 Leadership course, the Dedman Leadership Program at Sandhills Community College, and was one of the founding organizers of the Palustris Festival. A former board member of Friend-to-Friend, she was a Moore Literacy Council tutor. She has also served as youth minister and on the stewardship committee at Community Presbyterian Church where she is a member.
He is a Distinguished Graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, and a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.
Councilmember Bouldry served 29 years active duty as a Marine Corps officer retiring as a Colonel and was employed by Booz, Allen, Hamilton as a Principal for the Marine Corps practice.
Councilmember Bouldry and his wife Nancy moved to Pinehurst in 2006.
Complete agenda packets for Village Council meetings can be found here prior to the scheduled meetings. Please refer to the Meeting Calendar for these dates.
All minutes after November 4, 2013 can be found here.These are prepared after each meeting, posted when approved the following month, and are public record.
Council meeting minutes from January 2006-November 4, 2013 are located here.
The Village Council typically holds two meetings per month at 4:30 p.m. in the Assembly Hall of Village Hall. The first Tuesday of the month is a Work Session and the fourth Tuesday of the month is a Regular Meeting.
These meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend. A list of meeting dates is available on the 2016 Council Meeting Schedule.
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Village of Pinehurst
395 Magnolia Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
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