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07-30-15 Chesterfield County Announces New Revitalization Manager
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For Immediate Release

Chesterfield County Announces New Revitalization Manager

July 30, 2015
Revitalization Office

07-30-15 Carl SchlaudtCHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — Chesterfield County is pleased to announce that Carl Schlaudt has been named Revitalization Manager for the county.

In this newly-created role, Schlaudt will serve as the key point of contact and coordination for the county’s revitalization efforts, effectively consolidating revitalization efforts countywide into a new office. His initial focus will be on revitalization efforts near Providence and Manchester middle schools, and he will facilitate the county’s Sustain Our Communities committee.

“Carl has been on the front lines of our revitalization efforts,” said Bill Dupler, deputy county administrator for community development. “He competed against a number of candidates from Virginia and other states and is the most qualified person to lead the effort for Chesterfield.”

Schlaudt has worked for Chesterfield County’s Planning Department for a number of years, serving a variety of roles, including his most recent assignment to lead the county’s initial efforts to coordinate revitalization with the school bond referendum projects. He brings more than 23 years of community development experience to his new post as the county’s revitalization manager.

Schlaudt recently earned a master of public administration degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in addition to completing graduate work in public management and urban planning.

He will officially begin this new role Aug. 3.



Contact Person:  Allie Gibson
Contact Email: GibsonA@chesterfield.gov
Contact Phone: (804) 717-6802

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