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Hanover County Board of Supervisors

Elected officials sworn in

All Hanover local officials elected on November 5 were sworn in by Circuit Court Judge J. Overton Harris on Wednesday night. From left to right on the front row are Faye Prichard of the Ashland District, Sue Dibble of the South Anna District and Angela Kelly-Wiecek of the Chickahominy District. From left to right on the second row are Sean Davis of the Henry District, Bucky Stanley of the Beaverdam District, Canova Peterson of the Mechanicsville District and Michael Herzberg of the Cold Harbor District. The new Board's term begins January 1. Their first scheduled meeting is January 8, 2020. Elected constitutional officers were also sworn in – Sheriff David Hines, Commonwealth’s Attorney Trip Chalkley, Treasurer Scott Miller and Commissioner of the Revenue Scott Harris.

Government offices closed Monday-Wednesday

Hanover County Government offices will be closed December 23-25 for the Christmas holiday and January 1 for New Year’s. Trash and recycling centers operated by the Hanover County Department of Public Works will be open on December 23 but be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The centers also will be closed on New Year’s Day. Branches of the Pamunkey Regional Library will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day and will close at 3 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.

Hanover Review Winter 2019

New issue of The Hanover Review

Hanover County Administrator Cecil R. “Rhu” Harris Jr. has announced his retirement effective May 15 and the County has begun a new ride program for elderly and disabled residents, called Hanover DASH. They are two of the stories that can be read in the Winter issue of “The Hanover Review”. The new issue also contains stories about Hanover’s booming economy, acceptance of a federal grant paying for 12 new firefighter positions, planning for Hanover’s 300th birthday celebration and the election of new Board of Supervisors members Michael Herzberg and Sue Dibble. The new issue can be read here.

Hanover DASH logo

New ride program is underway

Hanover County has launched a new service for residents of Hanover who are 60+ years of age or who have a disability. Hanover DASH is a new specialized transportation program to help eligible residents travel to medical appointments, shopping, banking, and formal social activities. Read the story here. Watch the video.

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