Update: Stafford County’s Vosburg stepping down 

by | Feb 28, 2024 | ALLFFP, Stafford, Uncategorized

The Stafford County Board of Supervisors has announced that Randy Vosburg’s effective last day will be April 5.

Reflecting on his time with the county, Vosburg expressed gratitude for the opportunity to serve the residents of Stafford County and highlighted the meaningful partnerships forged during his tenure. “I depart knowing that the organization is in capable hands and has dedicated staff and a fantastic leadership team to continue advancing the county’s mission and priorities,” he said.

The Stafford County Board of Supervisors thanked Vosburg for his service, leadership, and enthusiasm to better Stafford County. “I wish Randy and his family all the best, and the Board thanks him for the service he gave the County,” said Meg Bohmke, chairman of the Stafford County Board of Supervisors.

The Board will commence a search for a qualified successor to fill the role of county administrator and ensure a seamless transition of leadership until he departs later this spring. The Board accepted his resignation on Feb. 27.

Vosburg has been serving as County Administrator since July 2022, when he replaced the interim administrator, Mike Smith. He was previously county administrator in Highlands County, Fla.

“During my time here, I have witnessed the dedication, passion, and resilience that define this Stafford,” Vosburg wrote in the memo, which was obtained by the Free Press. Vosburg added that the board of supervisors was “aware” of his decision to step down.

The county administrator oversees all county departments and is responsible for the day-to-day management of county government in accordance with the policies and directives of the board of supervisors.

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