Jim Ingle was re-elected last November for a second four-year term as the Bermuda District's representative on the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors.
You can read his official county bio here.
Enjoy getting to know Jim a little better in this Q&A with Chesterfield's Department of Constituent and Media Services:
Newspaper route at 10 years old
Spend time with my wife
Steak dinner at a Japanese restaurant
Love God with your whole heart and soul and love your neighbors.
I have worked since I was 10 years old. From the time I was 18, I have worked at least two jobs, sometimes three at a time.
Bringing revitalization to the areas in my district where it is most needed, especially the Route 1 corridor from 288 to the Richmond city line. With the loss of the Chesterfield Observer and the Chester Village News, we need to work with citizens to find ways to better communicate what is happening and what is proposed to happen in the county. With that, we need to continue to work on transparency from the county with our citizens.
Strong public safety; without safety, few other things matter. Great schools that support our students' needs, while at the same time holding them accountable to learn how to get answers and understand what they are learning, not just memorizing answers for a test; holding them accountable both for their actions and understanding how those actions affect themselves and others in the classroom. Robust Parks and Recreation facilities and programming that highlights all the different outdoor activities available to our citizens. Job opportunities with low unemployment. A tax structure that does not overburden the citizens and businesses in the county but generates enough revenue to provide the services our citizens deserve and demand.