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Dr. Bill McHenry

Wrong Dr. Bill McHenry?

Property Owner

Snowshoe Mountain
 
Background

Employment History

  • National JROTC Program Director
    the United States Marine Corps
  • Marine Corps Officer
    Pocahontas County Commission
  • Marine Corps Infantry and Recon Officer
    Southwest Asia
  • Director of ROTC
    Fort Mill HS
  • ROTC Instructor
    Fort Mill

Education

  • Ph.D. , Organizational Planning
  • Master's Degree , Public Policy
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Retired Marine Corps officer Bill ...
pocahontastimes.com, 3 Dec 2014 [cached]
Retired Marine Corps officer Bill McHenry distributes copies of his slideshow briefing during a Pocahontas County Commission meeting on December 2. McHenry presented a briefing on recommended revisions to the state statute authorizing creation of resort area districts (RADs) in West Virginia, and why revisions to the current law are needed before a RAD should be formed at Snowshoe or anywhere in the state.
Retired Marine Corps officer Bill McHenry distributes copies of his slideshow briefing during a Pocahontas County Commission meeting on December 2. McHenry presented a briefing on recommended revisions to the state statute authorizing creation of resort area districts (RADs) in West Virginia, and why revisions to the current law are needed before a RAD should be formed at Snowshoe or anywhere in the state.
Snowshoe property owner Bill McHenry delivered a briefing to the Pocahontas County Commission on Tuesday morning, recommending several changes to the statute authorizing the creation of resort area districts (RADs) in West Virginia.
McHenry is a retired Marine Corps program director, with a Master's Degree in Public Policy and a Ph.D. in Organizational Planning. McHenry served as an Marine Corps Infantry/Recon officer and commanded units in Vietnam, Beirut and Southwest Asia. His military service includes several years in Special Operations assignments in Africa and Asia.
"The RAD may be a good thing for Snowshoe, the county and state if properly developed and implemented, but the process needs to be slowed down and done right," he said.
McHenry studied 15 other special tax districts across the U.S. while preparing his recommendations, and concluded that legislation in other states differs significantly from the RAD statute passed by the West Virginia Legislature in 2013.
"Many RADs nationally are doing a good job, but these RADs are significantly different than the one Intrawest wants," he said.
McHenry said the Legislature should have included more people and groups in the planning process when drafting the RAD law.
"It appears the West Virginia State Attorney General's Office, the West Virginia Council on Economic Development, communities in the county that are effected by the limited and narrow law, other resort operators, and the local banking and real estate communities did not participate in the planning process," he said. "This was not an inclusive process nor was due diligence, in my opinion, accomplished. Folks from throughout the county that could benefit in the future know nothing about it."
McHenry distributed an executive summary listing the following recommendations:
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McHenry delivered a written report and a proposed revised RAD statute to the Commission and recommended that the Commission request the Legislature to make the changes. Following the briefing, McHenry answered questions and the Commission heard public comments on the RAD alternative.
News | Adams County School District 14
www.adams14.org [cached]
The Adams City High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC (MCJROTC) program was awarded Naval Honor School Status last week during a visit from Dr. Bill McHenry, national JROTC program director for the United States Marine Corps.
During his visit, McHenry praised the outstanding facilities and opportunities provided at ACHS. Additionally, McHenry bestowed honors upon Superintendent Sue Chandler, ACHS Principal Shelli Robins and Lt.
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Above all, McHenry lauded the ACHS cadets for their significant demonstration of commitment and character to earn recognition as one of the nation's best JROTC programs.
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With all cadets present in the ACHS theater, Dr. McHenry provided the following advice to students: stay in school and take advantage of the educational opportunities available in Adams 14 and post-secondary institutions; obtain a good job; get married; have kids and raise a strong family. McHenry stressed that it is important for students to do those four things in that order; otherwise, students may struggle to find success in their lives.
History of River Hills Lions — River Hills Lions Club
www.riverhillslions.org, 12 Mar 2000 [cached]
? Speaker Colonel William McHenry, USMC retired. Colonel McHenry is Director of ROTC at Fort Mill HS
2001 The First Shot Archives
www.odcmp.org, 21 April 2011 [cached]
Posted 11/01 - McHenry Wins Coach of the Year: Five years ago, Bill McHenry started a team at Fort Mill High School.
The Herald - local
www.heraldonline.com, 19 Mar 2003 [cached]
Col. (Ret.) Bill McHenry."The first 48 to 72 hours are critical."
McHenry views this coming war through thick lenses.During a 29-year-military career, he fought in Vietnam, the Middle East and the Persian Gulf in 1991.His 33-year-old son is stationed in Kuwait with a Marine Corps special operations reconnaissance unit.McHenry accepts that many will die.But how many deaths can the American public live with?
"Would you rather lose them in the desert or lose them in Los Angeles or Rock Hill?"McHenry replied."I believe that to be true sooner or later.These people will kill us indiscriminately.They absolutely hate us.The choice is not what casualties are acceptable, it's where do you want to take those casualties or when.Do you want to take them at Northwestern High School or in the desert?"said McHenry, a Fort Mill High School ROTC instructor.
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