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Peggy Donaldson Smith

Mayor

Charles Town

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Charles Town

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Loans and Business Development

City National Bank


Marines


Affiliations

Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning & Development Council

Council Member


Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce

Assistant Treasurer


WV Region 9

Council Member


West Virginia Municipal League

Board Member


Jefferson County Schools

President and Member of the Board of Directors


Old National Bank

Jefferson County Administrator


Chamber of Commerce and CVB

Representative


Web References(156 Total References)


About

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Peggy Smith, Mayor of Charles Town


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New city manager is a familiar face | Fast Cash Pawn | Charles Town WV, Inwood WV

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Charles Town Mayor Peggy Smith cited Mills' 16 years of experience and familiarity with the area as key reasons for his selection.


Charles Town purchases building for police headquarters | News, Sports, Jobs - Journal News

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Pictured at the new headquarters are Capt. Glenn Stevens, Parking Enforcement Officer Shirley Slebodnick, Council Member Chet Hines, Chief Kutcher, Mayor Smith, city Building Commission Chair Bill Warren, American Public University System President Karan Powell, Interim City Manager Todd Wilt and city police department Administrative Assistant Amanda Gerstell. (Submitted photo)
Charles Town Mayor Peggy Smith said the city has been working acquiring a new home or expanding the police department's current Liberty Street home for more than 12 years.


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"It's going to be painful," Charles Town Mayor Peggy Smith said.
"But I think most people realize we have to do something. Cuts will have to be made, but you can't dwell on those. You have to dwell on how you can increase revenue so we can bring services back. That's how I look at it." Smith said, however, that she looks forward to seeing what the Legislature and Gov. "We're just like other cities across West Virginia - we're all looking for revenue," Smith said. "Instead of saying, 'Cut this' and 'Cut that,' we need to start looking at how we can increase the revenue. There are going to be things people may not agree on, but there are revenue producers out there and we need to be thinking outside the box," Smith said. "Once they come here, people fall in love with it," Smith said. Smith said people gravitate to Charles Town for a reason. "They want to be safe. That's why they move here," Smith said. "They want a safe environment, so that's high on the priority list for us. I think they also want nice amenities. They want to have nice places to shop, but they don't want all the traffic involved with large cities." Smith said West Virginia communities need more help in the war on drugs, particularly on the treatment side. "We've got to be able to treat the drug problem, and right now the Eastern Panhandle is very lacking," she said.


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