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Editorial: Know your county board: Gloucester

The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors has some perennial issues on its agenda, such as adopting a budget and its accompanying tax rate, a process that will continue to unfold in the coming weeks.

But the board also has some new things to consider, including the proposed renovation of Gloucester High School, and how the county will be able to pay for that without overburdening taxpayers for years to come.

This is a local election year, and four of the seats—the Gloucester Point, Ware, Abingdon district representatives and one at-large post—will be on the ballot this fall.

Here are the members of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors and the ways to reach them when you have a question or comment or neighborhood problem.

To email the entire board, address your message to If you have a comment or concern for an individual board member, here’s how to get in touch with them:

Ashley C. Chriscoe, chair, at-large, 804-693-0471; achriscoe@g...

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