FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail We have been observing Vanderburgh County Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave for a long time and must admit that she is a hard-working and dedicated public servant.Cheryl is known to be somewhat headstrong and sometimes becomes a little opinionated. She has a reputation for doing her homework and enjoys a spirited public debate on the facts. From time to time Commissioner Musgrave takes on the political establishment without wavering. We especially like the way she fought for public access to closed-door meetings which forced greater accountability. Although she is very conservative she has the ability to embrace financially progressive ideas.Finally, we are pleased with the way our current Vanderburgh County Commissioners are working in harmony for the betterment of the citizens of Vanderburgh County.MEET COUNTY COMMISSIONER CHERYL MUSGRAVE Vanderburgh County Commissioner 2017 To PresentOver $88 million investment in new trails, road repairs/expansions, and a new railroad overpass underway.Award-winning 20-year Road Plan.A leader in Broadband, earning state’s “Broadband Ready” status.First litter clean up program for county roads. Vanderburgh County Commissioner 2005-2007President, November 2005 to July 2007.Financed and planned over $40 million in bridge and road projects a historical high.Founder, Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville.First televised access to many local government meetings Vanderburgh County Assessor 1995-2004. Managed a $400,000 budget.Project Champion for Vanderburgh County Geographic Information System (GIS).Created the first Indiana assessment web site, first Internet streaming of government meetings.Developed an informative tax bill statement for state-wide use.Vanderburgh County Board of Review, Citizen Appointee 1991-1993.Fought for public access to closed-door meetings, greater accountability. Joint Workforce Investment Board, Executive Director 2011 to 2012• Recruitment of a dynamic leadership board and administration of federal workforce development.Department of Local Government Finance, Commissioner 2007-2008Appointed by Governor Daniels; managed a $5 million-dollar budget and staff of 60 people.Implemented major tax overhaul legislation, HEA 1001 2008 including government modernization through a referendum.Cut millions in projected school construction costs and instituted major transparency and efficiency measures.Educational AchievementsDePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana: BA, 1979 Major: History Senator Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series 1999-2000.