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First Full Year Ahead


Michael Shane Hudson, known to all as 'Shane', was born in Johnston County in 1977. Shane has been married to his wife Stephanie for 23 years and they are the very proud parents of two daughters, Michaela 22 and Kristen 20. He and his family reside in Benson NC.  Shane began his career in Building Inspections as a Code Enforcement Officer with the City of Goldsboro in March of 2000. From there, he became the Chief Building Inspector for the City of Dunn in March of 2001. In March of 2004, Johnston County hired Shane as a Code Enforcement Officer. Shane was the 145th person out of approximately 2000 Inspectors in the state of North Carolina to obtain his fifth standard level 3 certification. He did so within his first five years as a Building Inspector, obtaining all of his certificates by October of 2005. In 2006, Shane was appointed as a member of the North Carolina Department of Insurance Exam Development Review Committee for Code Officials. In addition, he obtained his International Code Council Residential Inspector Certification in the areas of Building, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing in 2009 and in 2010 was approved as an Instructor to teach those trades, as well as Fire, for standard and continuing education classes through the North Carolina Department of Insurance.

In July of 2012, Shane was promoted to Residential Supervisor for Johnston County Inspections. He is an accredited Asbestos Inspector and in 2016 obtained his General Contractor's License. Shane was a member of the Benson Fire Department (BFD) for over 20 years and is currently recognized as a BFD Retiree. Shane currently serves as the Vice President for the North Carolina Plumbers' Inspectors Association where he has served on the Board of Directors since 2016 and will be named President of that organization for the 2020-2021 term.
After over 16 years as an employee of the Johnston County Inspections, Shane was promoted to the position of Director in July of 2020. He is looking forward to leading the department for many years to come. It has always been a goal of the department to be a “Builder Friendly” agency, and Shane’s to lead the department. It is very important to Shane to communicate with those in the building industry, as well as, to ensure the safety of the citizens of Johnston County.

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