Welcome our new County Administrator Cathy Schafrik
COUNTY OF GREENE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
PO Box 358
Stanardsville, VA 22973
May 9, 2023
Greene County Board of Supervisors Announces Hire of New County Administrator
Catherine (Cathy) Schafrik
The Greene County Board of Supervisors is pleased to announce the hire of Catherine (Cathy) Schafrik as the new County Administrator. The Board of Supervisors approved her hire following Closed Meeting at its May 9 meeting. The employment agreement is effective May 9, with Ms. Schafrik beginning her service on Monday, June 26.
Ms. Schafrik has worked for Fairfax County Government for the last twenty-eight years and brings a variety of experience and expertise to the job. She is currently serving as the Director of Human Resources for Fairfax County. Her work in Fairfax County has also included serving as the Deputy Director of Human Resources, a Division Director for the Department of IT, a Management Analyst for the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, a Budget Analyst in the Department of Management and Budget, and a Transportation Planner for the Department of Transportation. She is a trustee for both the Fairfax County Employees’ Retirement System Board and the Uniformed Retirement System Board. She is also a Board member of two non-profits, Volunteer Fairfax and Leadership Fairfax. Ms. Schafrik has earned Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Master of Public Administration Degrees, both from George Mason University, and a Master of Science in the Management of Information Systems Degree from the University of Virginia. She is a Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and holds the designation from the International Public Management Association as a Certified Professional (IPMA-CP).
“I look forward to joining the Greene County community,” said Ms. Schafrik. “I appreciate the opportunity to add value and make a difference while doing meaningful work that I love."
“We are very pleased that someone of Ms. Schafrik’s caliber will join our team as the next Greene County Administrator,” said Chair Dale Herring on behalf of the Greene County Board of Supervisors. “We look forward to working with her and to many years of success as we work together to ensure the best possible future for Greene County and its citizens.”
“On behalf of the Board, I would also like to thank Anne Lewis of Baker Tilly for her professional assistance in finding qualified candidates for the Board's consideration and for advising the Board through the search process,” added Mr. Herring.
Ms. Garton will continue to serve as the Interim County Administrator until Ms. Schafrik begins on June 26.
VDOT - April 21, 2023 - Turkey Ridge Road access limited to US 33
Lou Hatter (540) 717-2890
April 21, 2023
RT. 638 BRIDGE IN GREENE CO. CLOSES FOR REPLACEMENT
Beginning April 24, Turkey Ridge Rd. access limited to U.S. 33 until project is complete
CULPEPER — Beginning Monday, April 24, Route 638 (Turkey Ridge Road) in Greene County will be closed to through traffic while the bridge over South River is replaced. Traffic will be able to access all private entrances on the road from the U.S. 33 (Spotswood Trail) end of Route 638. The intersection with Route 634 (Bull Yearling Road) will also remain open.
During construction traffic will detour around the closure using Route 621 (South River Road), Route 230 (Madison Road), and U.S. 33 (Spotswood Trail) and 33 Business. The detour route is signed and message boards advising of the upcoming closure are in place on nearby roads. VDOT project staff have also contacted the Greene County school transportation office and emergency responders.
The current structure was built in 1932. It is a steel truss, timber deck structure that carries an average of 155 vehicles per day. The new structure will be two-lane, pre-cast concrete structure with new concrete support abutments that will allow all legal-weight vehicles to use the bridge. Burleigh Construction Co. Inc., of Concord, Va., will replace the bridge under a $1,340,998.90 contract with the Virginia Department of Transportation. The contract’s fixed completion date is Dec. 15, 2023.
Culpeper District updates are on the district’s Facebook page and the district’s Twitter account, @VaDOTCulp. For questions or to report hazardous road conditions, the public should contact VDOT’s 24-hour Customer Service Center by visiting my.vdot.virginia.gov or calling 800-FOR-ROAD (367-7623).
Current traffic conditions, VDOT’s statewide network of traffic cameras and other real-time travel information is on the 511Virginia website. That information is also available on the free VDOT 511 mobile app or by calling 511 from any phone in Virginia.