Jeff Branscome writes about Spotsylvania County.
How does Loudoun County do it?
Here in Spotsylvania County, it seems there is a new county administrator every three years. But in Loudoun County, which at one time was the fastest-growing place in the country, they’ve had just two county administrators in 38 years. That’s hard to believe for a place with as much controversy as there has been in Loudoun County, including an FBI investigation for land deals.
Even with all the politics, they are able to retain their county administrators for many years.Here’s a story about the development.
It appears the Board of Supervisors are content with keeping Doug Barnes as the county administrator until he retires, which could be in that three-year span.