Pittsboro, NC – On February 7, 2022, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners (BOC) appointed Robert Logan to fill the interim District 4 seat vacated by Jim Crawford on December 31, 2021. Logan will serve until a new District 4 Commissioner is elected in November and assumes office in 2023.
Chatham County Democratic Party Chair Liz Guinan presented Logan as the party’s choice at the February 7 BOC meeting in Pittsboro after considering several other candidates who presented themselves for consideration to the committee. Logan serves as senior director for the non-profit Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Center’s Eastern Region. He is a former superintendent of Chatham, Lee, and Asheville City Schools; an associate superintendent for N.C. State University’s School of Innovation and Transformation; and a trustee for Central Carolina Community College. Logan has served on the board of directors for the Chatham County United Way and the Chatham County Economic Development Corporation.
There will be a ceremonial swearing in for Logan at the Chatham County BOC’s next meeting on February 21 at the Chatham County Historic Courthouse in Pittsboro.