Supervisors Central - Biweekly Editorials

The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors are always making decisions, and most of those have at least some weight for residents and businesses. With so much going on, it can be easy to miss decisions that are made or progress that is happening or, most importantly, the why behind a decision or change. 

Every other week a member of the board will provide a new editorial to explain a decision, highlight progress, showcase a trend, or provide an opinion. The Board of Supervisors wants to ensure that our residents understand changes that happen and why they happen, and open communication about these things is the best way to do that. 

  1. Tim Dudley 3

    A Win for the Northern End of the County is a Win for the Whole County

    While representing each of our specific districts and constituents is important, above all else we represent Pittsylvania County as a whole, and we must make decisions in light of what is good for the entire county. Read on...
  2. Tim Dudley 3

    Pittsylvania County is Restoring the Northern End

    Staunton River District Representative Tim Dudley talks about how the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors are taking steps to restore the northern end of the County, both in terms of economic opportunity and quality of life options. Read on...
  3. Robert Warren 3

    Pittsylvania County invests in its students

    Chairman Warren explains how Pittsylvania County invested its CARES Act money in its students at all levels by funding the purchase of thousands of laptops and other technology. Read on...
  4. Robert Warren 3

    We stand behind our volunteer stations

    Chairman Warren explains why the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors is investing so much in its volunteers and volunteer stations and thanks 640 Rescue Squad personnel for their service over its decades of operations. Read on...
  5. Robert Warren 3

    Accepting our neighbors' trash is a wise financial decision for the county and the taxpayer

    Chairman Bob Warren explains why the Board believes that using the landfill to accept outside waste, cover its own expenses, and generate revenue is a sound financial decision, both for the finances of county government and for the individual taxpayer. Read on...
  6. Robert Warren 3

    Regional efforts fueling Pittsylvania County success

    Chairman Bob Warren highlights some of Pittsylvania County's many numerous economic development successes over the past few years and the regionalism that has helped lead to significant job creation, capital investments, and awards and recognitions. Read on...
  7. Robert Warren 3

    The landfill is an asset

    Chairman Bob Warren explains why Pittsylvania County has elected to use the landfill to create revenue. Read on...
  8. Robert Warren 3

    The Board cares about the entire Penhook community, in both Pittsylvania and Franklin Counties

    Bob Warren, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, explains why Pittsylvania County is pushing Franklin County for additional funding for Cool Branch Volunteer Fire and Rescue. Read on...
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  1. Robert Warren 3

    Robert "Bob" Warren

    Chairman / Chatham-Blairs District
    Phone: 434-770-7607

  2. Ben Farmer 3

    Ben L. Farmer

    Member / Callands-Gretna District
    Phone: 434-770-8427

  3. Vic Ingram 3

    William V. "Vic" Ingram

    Member / Tunstall District
    Phone: 434-770-3921

  4. Joe Davis 3

    Joe Davis

    Member/ Dan River District
    Phone: 434-770-7553

  1. Ronald Scearce 3

    Ronald Scearce

    Vice-Chairman / Westover District
    Phone: 434-685-1843

  2. Charles Miller 3

    Dr. Charles H. Miller

    Member / Banister District
    Phone: 434-770-8525

  3. Tim Dudley 3

    Tim W. Dudley

    Member / Staunton River District
    Phone: 434-770-3692