David Schlosser of Mathews, was appointed to serve as interim county administrator during the Mathews County Board of Supervisors’ organizational meeting on Jan. 6. He replaces Bette Dillehay, who had served in the position approximately one month after replacing Sandy Wanner, who had served since August, after County Administrator Mindy Conner retired at the end of July.
Schlosser said he will be responsible for the continuity of government operations for the county, making certain that basic issues of governance are properly taken care of “with transparency and a strong sense of ethics.”
Such statutory deadlines as developing the budget will need to be addressed, he said, as well as making sure the bills are paid, payrolls go out, and contracts already in the system are properly administered.
One additional duty the board assigned him right out of the gate was to review the policies and procedures of the planning commission, he said, to “make sure we have a good system in p...
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