The MIDCO Board Of Directors
The MIDCO board of directors is made up of Officers and Directors. Officers are Directors with specific duties, such as Treasurer, etc. Below are brief bios for the current Directors.
President- Martin Jeter
Martin is a native of the Washington area and has been a resident of Prince William County since 1983. He's been involved in community initiatives and volunteer organizations since shortly after arriving in the county. He has worked on issues to include the proposed Lego theme park project on the Cherry Hill peninsula and the proposed Disney theme park and large housing project in Haymarket. He worked with those who advocated successfully for the formation of the National Wildlife Refuge at the former U. S. Army Harry Diamond Facility located where the Occoquan meets the Potomac. In mid-county, prior to forming MIDCO, he was involved with various projects in the Davis Ford Road corridor, including spearheading a movement to defeat a proposed increase in allowed housing density in the mid-county area and opposing the reclassification of Davis Ford Road.
He is past president (14 years duration) of the Lake Occoquan Club Homeowners Association, is a member and past board member of the Prince William Conservation Alliance, and of course, MIDCO president since 2005. He has served on the Prince William County Citizens Resource Protection Area Committee, the Davis Ford Treatment Plant Advisory Committee, and the Occoquan Non-Point Source Management Program's Technical Advisory Committee of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. He has worked with local Habitat For Humanity affiliates to construct four area houses.
Martin's "day job" since 1978 has involved working for clean air- first testing emissions from motor vehicles under an EPA contract, and for the last ten years overseeing Virginia's vehicle inspection and maintenance program for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. He resides in the Lake Occoquan Club community in Woodbridge with his wife, Sandy.
Vice President- Bob Maginnes
Bob is a consultant to the military and lives with his wife in the Davis Ford Road corridor.
Treasurer- Bonnie Little
Bonnie Little has been a resident of Prince William County since 1973. She is a retired middle school teacher, having taught for 31 years in Fairfax and most recently in Prince William. She is a member and treasurer of the Trowel Garden Club and a member and treasurer of the Lake Ridge Parks and Rec Ladies' Golf League.
Bonnie lives in the Windsor Estates community with her husband Jim.
Secretary- Kay Herrera
Kay and family have decided to call Northern Virginia home after 20 years of frequent moves with the US Navy. A graduate of University of Miami and American University (MBA), Kay worked in the financial services industry in Miami, FL, Washington, DC, and San Diego, CA before turning her attention to raising a family. She devotes time to assist in archiving Prince William County Courthouse documents and looks forward to bringing her energy and passion for the Davis Ford Corridor and Mid-County to the MIDCO Board and advocating on behalf of its residents and its forested areas. She loves gardening and spending time with her husband, three children and three BIG, black dogs!
Director- Randy Boice
Randy Boice, PE, is a Traffic Engineer with over 20 years of experience in the planning, analysis and design of traffic systems and traffic operations. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in 4 states, including Virginia. He has led the traffic control device and intelligent transportation system designs for many of the high profile public works projects in Northern Virginia including: the widening of Route 1 in Dumfries, the Fairfax County Parkway extension through the Fort Belvoir North Area, the Springfield Interchange, the widening of I-95 between Newington and Woodbridge, and the Route 1 interchange with the Capital Beltway.
Randy has been involved in the Riverview Estates Homeowners Association for over 16 years as President, Vice President and, most recently, Member-at-Large. He is currently serving on the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority’s Technical Advisory Committee which is overseeing the TransAction 2040 Plan development, a blueprint for regional transportation planning. Randy also served on the committee that assisted in the update to the transportation section of the Prince William County Comprehensive Plan.
Randy lives in the Riverview Estates community with his wife and 2 children.
Director- Judy Sweet
Judy has been involved with the community for many years, mostly engaged in the protection of the Davis Ford Road area. She is a member of the PWC Volunteer Fire Department. She owns a paving company.
Director- Henry Bibber
Henry is a past Planning Director for PWC. He has been involved in the community for many years as an advocate for quality growth.
Director- Ed Setliff
Ed is a State Farm agent with an office in Tacketts Mill and is a member of the Prince William Chamber Of Commerce.
A resident of VA since 1993 and Prince William County since 1998, Mr. Clauss lives in Riverview Estates with his wife Jill and two daughters. Mr. Clauss holds a masters degree in Aerospace Engineering and previously worked in Gainesville as an propulsion engineer for over 10 years. Mr. Clauss currently is employed by the U.S. Navy where he does spacecraft engineering for the Naval Center for Space Technology.
Director- Jill Clauss
Jill is an environmental engineer and a mother of two.
Director- Don Scoggins
Over ten year Bacon Race/Davis Ford Roads corridor resident, retired Army officer, real estate broker and civil servant. Active in many community and civic organizations including several particularly committed towards preserving the Mid-County community's great quality of life within Prince William County.