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Moody retires from NCRR board

Ending a 20-year-plus stint, Jack Moody Nov. 27 retired from North Carolina Railroad Co.'s (NCRR) board.
A retired attorney, Moody was appointed to NCRR's board in 1969, serving as secretary until 1973, treasurer from 1977 to 1985 and director from 1993 to 2001.
He's also a former member of the North Carolina General Assembly and North Carolina Prison Commission, and past chairman of Chatham County's Democratic party.
"I feel the greatest accomplishment while I was serving as director was the renewal of the lease with Norfolk Southern [Railway], thereby assuring the railroad of a steady source of income that could be used for improvements and maintenance," said Moody in a prepared statement.
NCRR manages a 317-mile Morehead City-to-Charlotte, N.C., rail corridor that supports passenger and freight railroad operations.

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