Spencer Murray announced at Tuesday’s Regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors that he will not seek re-election in this fall’s election.
“I plan to pursue the life I promised myself over 50 years ago when I started to work,” said Murray in a prepared statement.
Murray came back to the board during the dramatic fight over the now infamous 2015 zoning. Back then, Murray told the Mirror, “I don’t understand this. Government should be boring.”
During his tenor, Murray has done just that. He has brought back a level of civility and nuance, as well as a penchant for balance, good governance and integrity.
“For the remainder of 2019 I intend to work diligently with my fellow supervisors to complete the positive efforts we have underway,” Murray said.