RICHMOND—The membership of the Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) elected Lancaster County supervisor Jason D. Bellows as 2022-23 president during it’s 88th annual conference in Richmond.
Bellows and other newly elected officers started their terms at VACo’s annual business meeting on Tuesday, November 15.
Bellows succeeds Stafford County supervisor Meg Bohmke, and becomes the first-ever president from Lancaster County since VACo was established in 1934. Bellows is the first president from the Northern Neck since W.D. “Berry” Gray of Richmond County, who served in 1990-1991.
“I am excited and honored to be selected your next leader and first president from Lancaster County,” Bellows said. “I look forward to being your advocate as we continue the work on behalf of our localities across the Commonwealth. Together as one voice, we will weather whatever lies ahead while also….
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