New County Administrator Ready to Meet and Listen
September 24, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jody Puckett, Communications Director
Phone: (757) 253-6605
With almost two months under his belt, new James City County Administrator, Robert “Bob” Middaugh, is ready to hit the road to meet and listen to County residents in a series of meetings sponsored by individual Board of Supervisors members. Each discussion is designed to give citizens an opportunity to meet Middaugh, talk with their local elected official and open new dialogue about the County’s overall direction, value of services and openness to citizen participation.
"My years in local government have taught me the importance of citizen involvement and two-way communication,” says Middaugh. “Listening to taxpayers is vital as decisions and policies are made to address growth and change. I hope these conversations will enhance that respect and confidence in our County government as we look to the future."
County residents are invited to attend any of the meetings held over five consecutive Thursdays beginning September 30. Each discussion starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be hosted by the Board of Supervisors member in their respective District.
- September 30, Berkeley District hosted by Supervisor Mary Jones – James City/Williamsburg Community Center (Room C), 5301 Longhill Road
- October 7, Powhatan District hosted by Supervisor Jim Icenhour – Human Services Building (auditorium), 5249 Olde Towne Road
- October 14, Jamestown District hosted by Supervisor John McGlennon – Rawls Byrd Elementary School (gym), 112 Laurel Lane
- October 21, Roberts District hosted by Supervisor Bruce Goodson – James River Elementary School (cafeteria), 8901 Pocahontas Trail
- October 28, Stonehouse District hosted by Supervisor Jim Kennedy – James City County Library in Norge, 7770 Croaker Road