Upshur County

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Commission Office

      
Terry B. Cutright
Samuel R. Nolte
Kristie G. Tenney
President
Commissioner
Commissioner
(304) 460-2877
(304) 844-7305 
(304) 439-4698


Upshur County Commission
Upshur County Administrative Annex
91 West Main Street, Suite 101
Buckhannon, WV 26201

Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Phone: (304) 472-0535
Fax: (304) 473-2802

County Administrator
Assistant County Administrator
 
Carrie L. Wallace
Tabatha Perry
 
(304) 472-0535 x.3
304-472-0535 x.2
 
 

    
      Upshur County Commission meetings are held weekly on Thursday mornings at 9:00 a.m. at the Courthouse Annex, Room 301. Citizens are welcome to attend the meetings. If you have a concern which you would like to have addressed by the Commission, you may call (304) 472-0535 or email Carrie L. Wallace to schedule an appointment.  Agenda items and/or meeting presentations/appointments must be received no later than 12:00 pm three business days prior to the meeting date.  For additional information please refer to the "Meetings" tab on the left of this page.
     County Commissioners are elected officials. There are three (3) Commissioners in each county in West Virginia. Jefferson County and Berkeley County are the only exceptions with five (5) Commissioners. Each Commissioner serves a term of six (6) years, with a rotation of one Commissioner being elected every two (2) years. This rotation schedule assures that there will always be experienced people on the panel. At the first meeting in January each year the Commission elects its President for the upcoming year. 
     The salary of the Commissioners is set by the State Legislature in the West Virginia Code according to the total assessment values for the County each year.
     The primary function of the County Commission is budget development and management, overseeing purchasing for the county, management of county assets, overseeing the governing, management and protection of Upshur County and its citizens.

Mission

      The mission of the Upshur County Commission is to provide superior public service and support which enables all county residents the opportunity to improve their quality of life, and enjoy the benefits of a safe, sustainable and progressive community in North Central West Virginia.

     

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