Clerk’s race


“I commit to providing stellar and efficient customer service to the citizens of Fluvanna County and to providing a professional clerk’s office for the employees as well as the citizens utilizing the office’s services,” Treadway, 40, said to the gathering.

Specifically, Treadway wants to create an internet presence for the clerk’s office so that information, forms, and services can be accessed online.  “There are several specific items that I would like to work with the staff on improving, such as the current procedure of indexing files which includes using a typewriter,” she said.

If elected, Treadway would encourage her staff to use the career development program of the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association, which she said would ensure “uniform professional recognition with other constitutional offices.”  In addition, it could make possible pay increases for the staff from the Virginia Compensation Board.  “As a result of this, the citizens will benefit by having the most knowledgeable, skilled, and professional deputy clerks,” she said.

An attorney with an office in Palmyra, Treadway has been practicing law for almost 10 years.  Before she became a lawyer Treadway worked for six years as a deputy clerk in the Fluvanna circuit court office.  She completed the law reader program from the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners and has a Bachelor’s degree in administration of justice from Bluefield College.

“Being an attorney is not a necessary requirement for being clerk of court,” said Treadway, “however, I believe that being professionally familiar with the law is a benefit and is a level of knowledge that the county deserves…. Fluvanna citizens should vote for me because I offer the necessary experience, integrity, and dedication to effectively manage this office and have a proven track record of involvement and service in our community.”

Treadway’s website is

The clerk of the circuit court is the official court administrator for all court cases.  The clerk also serves as probate judge, records deeds, and handles numerous other document-related needs for the county and its citizens.

Rovelle Brown ( and Kimberlie Rouillard ( are also running for clerk of circuit court.  The current clerk, B. E. Peterson, has not yet announced whether he is running for re-election.  The election will take place Nov. 3.


Related Posts

dewi88 cuanslot dragon77 cuan138 enterslots rajacuan megahoki88 ajaib88 warung168 fit188 pusatwin pusatwin slot tambang88 mahkota88 slot99 emas138