The Campbell County Economic Development Commission held its first meeting on December 12, 1997. The Board of Supervisors established the Commission for the purpose of reviewing and recommending economic development projects for consideration. The Economic Development Commission is a twelve-member body of community and business leaders appointed by the Board. The Commission consists of a representative from each electoral district, four at-large members and one agricultural representative. Each appointment is for a four-year term.
Vacancies on County-wide boards and commissions periodically occur, both unexpectedly and as terms expire. You can indicate your interest and willingness to be considered for filling these vacancies by completing a simple application available on the County’s website. The county will refer to these applications whenever a position becomes open. The second page of the application lists all of the County’s boards and commissions. Be sure to indicate your interest in the Economic Development Commission, as well as any any special talent, experience, or educational preparation which might be helpful to the commission. As a member of the commission, you would be expected to attend at least 75% of the EDC meetings.
|Willie Jones||Chairman - (Brookneal District)|
|George Rosser||At Large (Industrial Development Authority)|
|Kevin Davis||At Large|
|William Anderson||Altavista District|
|Richard W. Carroll||Concord District|
|Scott Blankinship||Rustburg District|
|Hugh Bragg||Spring Hill District|
|Dean Monroe||At Large (Planning Commission)|
|Jeff Wells||At Large (CCUSA)|
|Trish Hedges||Timberlake District|