Friday, December 9, 2022

York County Names New Assistant County Administrator

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YORK-York County recently named a new assistant county administrator.

On August 13, Brian Fuller was announced as the county’s new assistant administrator. Fuller, who currently serves as York’s director of Community Services, will remain in that role while adding new responsibilities to his position, which will include oversight of York-Poquoson Social Services and the York County Public Library as well as local offices of Virginia Cooperative Extension.

Fuller has worked with York County since 1984. He also represents York on various regional boards and committees including the Olde Towne Medical & Dental Center, Colonial Group Home Commission, and Yorktown Foundation. He previously served on the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance and Victory YMCA Board of Directors.

On August 13, York County also announced that Margaret Mack-Yaroch has been named the new director of York-Poquoson Social Services, which includes management of Children and Adult Services, Self Sufficiency, Fraud and Investigations, and other duties. 

Amy Etheridge was also named director of Human Resources after having served as deputy director and acting director following the previous director’s retirement.   

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