Henry County administrator, PSA general manager set to retire in 2022

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The Henry County Board of Supervisors accepted the retirement of County Administrator and PSA General Manager Tim Hall, effective July 1, 2022. (Photo: Courtesy Henry County)

HENRY COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Tim Hall — the Henry County administrator and Public Service Authority (PSA) general manager — announced during the Henry County Board of Supervisors’ monthly meeting that he plans to retire next summer.

According to a statement released by Henry County on Tuesday, Dec. 14, Hall has served as county administrator and the PSA General Manager since August 2012.

“Serving the people of Henry County, the members of the Board of Supervisors, and the PSA Board of Directors has been the honor of a lifetime,” Hall said. “Working with the elected and appointed bodies, and with the wonderful employees in both organizations, is something I’ll always cherish. No locality anywhere has better people, and our County and PSA staff are second to none too.”

Hall told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday he will retire on July 1, 2022.

Officials say Hall began his career in Henry County and the PSA as a public information officer in December 1998. He then served as the deputy county administrator/assistant general manager from March 2002 to August 2012.

Hall previously worked as a newspaper and radio reporter for 10 years, as well as a public information officer, teacher, and coach in the Henry County school system for nearly eight years, according to Tuesday’s statement.

“Public service is an honor, but it’s also a 24/7 task,” Hall said. “My tank is close to empty right now. I have no idea what will come next for me, but after a little downtime I look forward to finding out.”

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