A volunteer Board of Directors provides oversight to District 19. Interested citizens are appointed by each of our participating localities for terms of three years. Our current officers are listed below, and Board members are named according to the localities they represent.
Brenda Ebron-Bonner, Chair — Dinwiddie County
Mark Shiflett, Vice-Chair — Greensville County
Daphne Turner, Treasurer — City of Petersburg
W. Joe Green, Jr. — City of Colonial Heights
VACANT — City of Colonial Heights
Natachia Randles — Dinwiddie County
VACANT — City of Emporia
Mark Shiflett — Greensville County
Shamika Lewis — City of Hopewell
Ray W. Spicer — City of Hopewell
VACANT — City of Petersburg
Gary Talley — City of Petersburg
Shel Bolyard-Douglas — Prince George County
Kenneth Robinson — Prince George County
Jean Grim — Prince George County
Frances Randolph — Surry County
William Hagy — Sussex County
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic event, the April 2021 Board of Directors meeting will be held both electronically and in-person in accordance with Executive Order 51 (2020). Masks are required for entry and attendance. Click here to view meeting agenda.
Meeting Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Meeting Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
To join meeting via internet browser or mobile app:
Meeting ID: 975 2184 5329
To join meeting on your smartphone:
+13017158592,,97521845329# US (Washington DC)
Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/aewQqntFjN
Meetings are open to the public and are held in the District 19 Board Room, 20 W. Bank Street, Petersburg, Virginia. Public comments begin at 6:00 p.m. The December Board meeting is scheduled for the first Thursday in December. District 19 does not have scheduled meetings in June, July, August, and November.
Attention! Please see revised by-laws section regarding Board meetings:
Public comment. All persons addressing the Board shall sign-in with name and address. Comments shall be limited to five minutes. No person shall be permitted to address the Board of Directors a second time until all others have been heard, and no one may speak more than twice on any subject in any one meeting. All remarks shall be addressed to the Board as a body. Any person who makes personal, impertinent, abusive, or slanderous statements, or incites disorderly conduct will be asked to leave the premises.