Important Voter Information

Effective Thursday, August 30, 2012 the Washington County Office of Voter Registration and Elections will be relocated to 25544 Lee Highway, Abingdon VA 24211 (beside of the Abingdon DMV off Exit 19).  This will also be the offices's mailing address.

 

All operations of the office indcluding voter registration, absentee voting etc, will hereafter be conducted at this location.

 

If you have any questions about this change, please contact the office at (276) 676-6227.

 
Washington County, VA, to Seek New County Administrator

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- August 28, 2012

For additional information contact

County Attorney Lucy Phillips@ 276-525-1370

 

WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA, TO SEEK NEW COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

 

Citing a desire for change in County administration after seventeen years, the Washington County, Virginia, Board of Supervisors announced that Mark K. Reeter will no longer serve as County Administrator effective September 1.

 

“The direction and composition of the Board of Supervisors is changing, and the feeling among Board members is that a change in County administration is warranted at this time” according to Joseph C. Straten, Chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors. “This happens from time to time across all local governments, and the majority of the Board now feels that it’s time to bring in a new administrator to move the County forward into the future.”

 

“I understand and respect the position of the Board in this matter, and wish the Board and Washington County the very best” said Reeter. “My tenure in Washington County will certainly be one of the high points in my career in local government service, and I have been very honored and privileged to have served as County Administrator for such an extended time.”

 

Reeter, a native of Bristol, Tennessee, was appointed County Administrator in June, 1995 following the retirement of former administrator Bruce Bentley. Reeter is the longest serving County Administrator in Washington County’s history, having served the County for seventeen years. Prior to his appointment as County Administrator, Reeter served as Assistant County Administrator from January, 1993 to June of 1995. County governments in Virginia began operating with appointed County Administrators in 1972.

 

The Board has not decided on when to begin the process of finding a new administrator, according to Straten. Deputy County Administrator Nadine S. Culberson will serve as Acting County Administrator until the Board makes a subsequent appointment.

 

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Important Notice On ALL Residential Permits

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Adopted County Operating Budget FY-12-13

THE COUNTY OPERATING BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 (JULY 1, 2012 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2013) PRESENTED IN THIS DOCUMENT WAS ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION 2012-22 OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ON JUNE 14, 2012 AND APPROPRIATED BY RESOLUTION 2012-24 OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ON JUNE 26, 2012. THE COUNTY OPERATING BUDGET IS PREPARED AND APPROVED PURSUANT TO §15.2-2503 et.al., OF THE 1950 CODE OF VIRGINIA. AMENDMENTS TO THE COUNTY OPERATING BUDGET AS MAY BE APPROVED BY THE WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DURING THE COURSE OF FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 WILL NOT BE SET OUT IN THIS DOCUMENT.

WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Joseph C. Straten, Chair E-11 “Taylor” Election District
Phillip B. McCall, Vice-Chair A-11 “Harrison” Election District
Randy L. Pennington B-11 “Jefferson” Election District
William B. Gibson C-11 “Madison” Election District
C. Wayne Stevens, Sr. D-11 “Monroe” Election District
Odell Owens F-11 “Tyler” Election District
Dulcie M. Mumpower G-11 “Wilson” Election District

Mark K. Reeter County Administrator
Lucy E. Phillips County Attorney
Mark W. Seamon Director of Budget & Finance

 

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Lieutenant Governor Bolling welcomes Big R Bridge CEO Cameron Klein to Washington County

Lieutenant Governor Bolling welcomes Big R Bridge CEO Cameron Klein to Washington County

 

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