In tonight’s organizational meeting of the Augusta County Board of Supervisors, board veteran Tracy Pyles (I-Pastures) was elected chairman for 2017. Terry Kelley (R-Beverley Manor), in his first term on the board, was elected as vice chairman.
The Board of Supervisors are elected officials that represent the people of Augusta County. They are the governing board that make the decisions that influences our local government and economy. Augusta County is divided into seven Districts. The Supervisor elected is that District’s representative. Supervisors are elected to staggered four year terms.
Meetings: The public is welcome to attend.
- Staff Briefing: The Augusta County Board of Supervisors meets on the Monday before the fourth Wednesday of each month at 1:30 P.M. in the Board Room of the Augusta County Government Center.
- Board of Supervisors: The Board of Supervisors meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday at 7:00 P.M. in the Board Room of the Augusta County Government Center.
The board, in addition to Pyles and Kelley, is made up of Gerald Garber (R-Middle River), Marshall Pattie (I-North River), Mike Shull (R-Riverheads), Wendell Coleman (Wayne), and Carolyn Bragg (R-South River).