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Mike HunterMike Hunter
Councilmember

891 New Bern Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27205
(336) 629-4022

Councilmember Mike Hunter was elected to serve on City Council in November 2009, and currently serves on the Public Works and Identity Theft committees. 

As a resident of Asheboro since 1961, Hunter believes strongly that Asheboro is a wonderful place to live and raise a family.

“There are churches here that represent most denominations. Our citizens are very neighborly and second to none when it comes to fundraising and helping others. Our schools are staffed by dedicated employees. The cost of living here is moderate.  Asheboro has a rich heritage and traditions which make living here special. We have dedicated police and fire departments as well as other aspects of city services.  We also have the best zoo in the United States right in our backyard!”

Hunter is an active member of the Central United Methodist Church, Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce, Randolph Electric Membership Corporation Aware Committee, Asheboro Kiwanis Club and Woodmen of the World.

As a councilmember, Hunter enjoys working with other council members, staff and community members who are working together in order to move Asheboro forward.  He hopes to be an advocate for citizens and to see the city continue to supply quality services with a moderate tax rate. 

“I would like see Asheboro prosper and grow. My desire is for Asheboro to be a place where people want to live and raise a family. I would like to help keep our city moving forward in a positive direction in the global, competitive economy that we are a part of,” said Hunter.