Barbara Null for Stonehouse Supervisor
Stonehouse District Planning Commission Member
to seek Republican nomination to succeed Sue Sadler
Barbara Null, who represents Stonehouse District on the James City County Planning Commission, today announced her candidacy to represent the Stonehouse District on the James City County Board of Supervisors. She is seeking the Republican nomination to succeed Supervisor Sue Sadler, who has announced her retirement and is endorsing Null.
As Supervisor, I will continue to be a voice for the citizens of Stonehouse District.
“Having represented my neighbors in Stonehouse on the James City County Planning Commission for the past three years, I know the tremendous influence those serving in local government can have on our county,” said Null. “Those who serve on the Board of Supervisors, as well as citizen panels like the Planning Commission, have the ability to shape the future of our beautiful county, affecting the quality of life for all of us. And, ideally, their decisions rely on citizen input.
PROTECTING OUR RURAL CHARACTER
As Planning Commissioner representing the Stonehouse District, Barbara Null voted to protect our rural lands in the Comprehensive Plan – and she is committed to safeguarding them for the future.SUPPORTING
OUR POLICE, FIRE, EMS, TEACHERS
Being a current member of police organizations, Barbara is committed to the continued support of our first responders. Barbara has supported WJCC Schools while serving on the Planning Commission. She values teachers, assistants, and bus drivers, and the key role they play in our children’s lives.
ENCOURAGING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Barbara Null supports our local businesses – their success increases revenues, keeps residential taxes lower, and creates jobs for our kids and grandkids.
MY COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
- James City County Planning Commission, representing the Stonehouse District
- Member of VIPS, Volunteer Police Service
- Associate member, Fraternal Order of Police
- Associate member, Virginia Sheriff’s Institute
- Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity
- Former Chair, WJCC Republican Committee
- Past President, Greater Williamsburg Republican Women