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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — The new leader of Chesterfield County will be introduced to the public Thursday afternoon.

The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors will make the announcement at 2:30 p.m.

Current county administrator Jay Stegmaier will retire effective July 1. Stegmaier announced his plans to retire back in January.

Jay Stegmaier

Jay Stegmaier

“For over 36 years, I have been blessed with the humbling and deeply rewarding experience of serving the people of Chesterfield County,” Stegmaier said in his retirement announcement. “As much as I have appreciated the opportunities and enjoyed the challenges, the time is approaching for me to take the leap into the next phase of my life.”

Stegmaier began his career with in Chesterfield in 1979 with in the county’s Budget and Management Department.

The county’s announcement will be lived streamed on

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