Berkeley County Roundhouse Authority
Mission & Charge: Created by an Act of the West Virginia Legislature in 1999, the Berkeley County Roundhouse Authority is a public corporation. It is charged preservation and redevelopment of the Martinsburg Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Shops, a 19th century maintenance hub strategically situated between Baltimore and Cumberland, Md. The site was designated West Virginia's 16th National Historic Landmark in 2003.
Meetings: All meetings of the Berkeley County Roundhouse Authority board of directors are open to the public and are held on the the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM, unless otherwise.
Meeting Agendas are posted online here.
Board of Directors: Members are appointed to 3-year terms by the Berkeley County Council, the governing body of Berkeley County, and Martinsburg City Council. Board officers are elected to one-year terms in December.
Chair: Matt Umstead
Vice-Chair: Mike Hite
Treasurer: Halima Wanamaker
Secretary: Elaine Mauck
Board Members: Justin Bird, H.D. Boyd, Timothy Johnson, Lesley Lopez, Clarence E. Martin III, Dena Morgan, James Rickard, Jennifer Smith
Berkeley County Council Liaison: H.D. Boyd