Monday, September 24, 2012

SWAC Political Breakfast features Augusta supervisors on staggered terms, economic development, jobs, more

Augusta County Board of Supervisors Chairman Tracy Pyles (Pastures District) spoke at Saturday's SWAC Political Breakfast. Check out reporter Bob Stuart's two in-depth articles (listed below) covering the multiple topics discussed by Chairman Pyles and Supervisors Marshall Pattie and David Karaffa.

Beverley Manor District Supervisor David Karaffa (right) answered a question.

Supervisor Marshall Pattie (North River District) spoke while Bruce and Pam Richmond listened.

Debbie Pyles (left) listened as her husband addressed a constituent's question.

Supervisor Pattie mentioned Kurt Michael's involvement in an issue of extreme importance to him -- fire and rescue. Here Dr. Michael listened intently to the discussion.

After breakfast, reporter Bob Stuart talked with the supervisors. The News Virginian had two articles by him about SWAC Breakfast:

  - Augusta County Supervisors mull staggered terms: Board to conduct public hearing Wednesday
  - Supervisors focus on economic development

Photos by Lynn R. Mitchell
September 22, 2012

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