Staff & Directors

Public Notice  2019 District Director Elections                       Election Day Tuesday, November 5, 2019  Candidate Filing Deadline Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.  An election of Directors for the Tri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District will be held in the general election on November 5, 2019. The District encompasses the Counties of King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford and the City of Fredericksburg.  Candidates for elected director must reside within the boundary of the county or city that such candidates shall represent upon election. Two directors shall be elected to represent all the citizens within each county or city. Persons who wish to file as candidates for the office of district director must fully complete and file the requisite nominating petition, statement of qualification, and declaration of candidacy with the general registrar of the county where the candidate resides by 7:00 p.m., on June 11, 2019.  For further information contact your local registrar's office or visit the Virginia Department of Elections website at www.elections.virginia.gov. Elected and Appointed Directors
Jeff Adams
, Stafford
Mike Anderson, Stafford
Mike Broaddus, Appointed, VA Cooperative Extension – VICE CHAIR
Steve Cameli, Fredericksburg
Giannina Frantz, Fredericksburg  – CHAIR
Janet Gayle Harris, King George – TREASURER
Jan Massey, Spotsylvania
Richard Street, Appointed, At Large
Wayne Miller, Spotsylvania – SECRETARY
Robert “Bob” Wernsman, King George

Appointed Associate Directors
John Howe
Ray Simms

Staff
Marta Perry – District Manager
Etta Lucas – Conservation Specialist
Mariya Hudick – Education Coordinator
Jen Benson – Administrative Professional

Tri-County City SWCD Directory 2018

logo no captionTri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District (TCCSWCD) has served the Commonwealth of Virginia Counties of King George, Spotsylvania, Stafford since 1944 and the City of Fredericksburg since 1984. We are a local political subdivision of the Commonwealth, focusing on natural resource problems and solutions. Like other conservation districts, Tri-County/City SWCD is self-governed and non-profit and establishes priorities, sets policy, and administers programs to conserve soil and water resources.

Tri-County/City SWCD is not a regulatory agency. Instead, the agency provides technical assistance, information, educational programs, volunteer opportunities, and newsletters to citizens on many aspects of water quality, nonpoint source pollution, and stream health.
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