Dorrier Won’t Seek Reelection

Scottsville Supervisor Lindsay Dorrier has announced that he will not be seeking a sixth term on the Board of Supervisors, Brandon Shulleeta reports for the Progress. The conservative Democrat has served since 1999 and, before that, was elected in 1975 and again in 1979. His initial time on the board ended when he was elected Commonwealth’s Attorney, a position that he held from 1981–1990. (See Cvillepedia for details on Dorrier.) The 68-year-old says he just wants to do something different. There’s no word on who we can expect to see running for his seat, but I think it’s reasonable to expect some robust competition.

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  • He was instrumental in navigating the County and the Library out of the budget mess last year. He has long family ties to the Scottsville branch of JMRL and I hope his successor will continue to serve as an advocate.

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