February 28, 2013
Delegate David Toscano is calling for Christopher Dumler to step down from the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors.
The Democrat released a statement on Thursday saying in part:
"I am increasingly concerned that Mr. Dumler's continued service on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has become a distraction... It is my view that it is in his best interest and the best interest of the county for him to step down."
Below is the full statement released by Delegate Toscano:
"During the General Assembly session in Richmond, I have been monitoring the debate about whether Supervisor Christopher Dumler should step down in light of his guilty plea. I am increasingly concerned that Mr. Dumler's continued service on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has become a distraction. I have met with him, and have discussed the circumstances of his case with a number of county leaders, and while I understand that it is his decision to make, it is my view that it is in his best interest and the
best interest of the county for him to step down. I know it is very hard
for him to leave his post because he feels an obligation to many residents of Scottsville Magisterial District who elected him and who are concerned about losing a voice should he resign. I, therefore, hope that, if he resigns, all efforts will be made to find a replacement who reflects the political views that Mr. Dumler has clearly articulated while on the Board. The citizens of the Scottsville District and county residents deserve nothing less."
David J. Toscano
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