Tag: treasurer

Staff Report — Accomack Treasurer James Lilliston announced Monday that the county will unveil an updated taxpayer website this week. Customers will be greeted with a cleaner and more user-friendly platform when they go online to view or pay their bills, said Lilliston, and will now have the ability to pay...
Dear Editor: I’ve known Brandy Custis Childress for many years socially and from when I was a customer at PNC. As part of the Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital Auxiliary executive committee, I was fortunate enough to work with her several years ago when she was a co-chair of the Hospital Ball....
Dear Editor: I am an employee of Accomack County.  All departments in the county from the airport, to food service, to parks and recreation have a working relationship with James Lilliston daily in the treasurer’s office.  He is a humble Christian man of the highest integrity, honesty, and experience. James is a dedicated employee...
Story and Photos by Connie Morrison Candidates in contested Accomack County races fielded questions for almost two hours Tuesday night at a forum sponsored by Citizens for a Better Eastern Shore (CBES). Three groups of candidates participated: those running for the treasurer’s seat (Brandy Custis Childress and James Lilliston); candidates in...
Dear Editor: I’m writing in support of Brandy Custis Childress for Treasurer of Accomack County. I’ve known Brandy for quite some time and trust that she will bring a welcomed change to that office. Brandy’s experience within the banking industry, alone, makes her a formidable candidate. After hearing her ideas, I have no doubt that she will...
By Linda Cicoira -- Accomack County’s treasurer won’t be seeking another four-year term in November but a 14-year veteran deputy treasurer is planning to run for the post. “I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to serve the citizens of Accomack County for the past 24 years,” Treasurer...