There are some big changes coming to Augusta county in 2015.
County Manager Pat Coffield: retiring.
Middle River Supervisor Larry Wills: retiring.
Wayne District Supervisor Jeff Moore: retiring.
North River Supervisor Marshall Pattie: running for state senate.
Supervisor Tracy Pyles (Pastures) will be running for re-election as well as Supervisor Mike Shull (Riverheads). Supervisor David Karaffa (Beverley Manor) and Supervisor Carolyn Bragg (South River) are expected to run for re-election although they have not formally announced.
Jean Shrewsbury, Commissioner of Revenue: running for re-election.
Richard Homes, Treasurer: running for re-election.
Carolyn Brydge, recently-appointed Clerk of Court: running for re-election.
Randy Fisher, Sheriff: retiring.
Senator Emmett Hanger: Though he has not formally announced, it is expected he will run for re-election.
Delegate Steve Landes: running for re-election.
Delegate Dickie Bell: Though he has not formally announced, it is expected he will run for re-election.
That’s a lot of changes. Stay tuned for more updates.
Read more about Wednesday night’s supervisors meeting from political reporter Bob Stuart (see Three Augusta Supervisors announce re-election bids).