YORKTOWN, VA – Mark Bellamy, York County, Va.’s chief of vehicle and equipment maintenance, has been appointed to the position of director of the Department of General Services for the County. Bellamy served as the chief of vehicle and equipment maintenance for 10 years.
In his new role, Bellamy will coordinate and supervise operations of the Department of General Services, which oversees long-range and capital improvements projects, directs construction and maintenance of County buildings and grounds, and provides fleet management services for County vehicles and equipment.
“Mark has been an outstanding leader in our fleet services division,” said James O. McReynolds, administrator for the County. “His qualifications along with his knowledge of York County will continue to benefit the organization and its citizens.”
Prior to joining York County in March of 2002, Bellamy was the owner/operator of an automobile repair franchise for 13 years. Bellamy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business from Virginia Wesleyan and an MBA from Averett University.
Bellamy and his wife, Robin, currently reside in Poquoson and soon will be relocating to York County. They have two daughters.
According to the County's public information officer, Christie Powell, the County has not yet decided to hire for, or change, Bellamy's former position.