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The Town of Centreville is governed by an elected Town Council.
The Town Council generally meets at 7PM on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. During the months of July and August there is generally only one meeting. Meetings are generally held at the Liberty Building, 107 North Liberty Street - 2nd Floor - Commissioners Meeting Room.
*Please check the Town Calendar to confirm meeting dates and times.
Town Council Members
Timothy E. McCluskey - email
Born in New Jersey, Mr. McCluskey received his BS degree in Business Administration from the University of Delaware, Lerner School of Business in 1993. Mr. McCluskey owns Delta Consulting, Inc., an executive recruiting firm, in downtown Centreville, which he relocated here in 2006 from Boulder, Colorado. Mr. McCluskey was elected to the town council in 2009. He is a member of Centreville Lodge #180, AF&AM and lives on Watson Road with his wife Kellen and their three daughters, Miele, Calla, and Varenna. In his free time, he enjoys fishing and boating on the Corsica River and in the Chesapeake Bay.
George G. "Smokey" Sigler - email
Mr. Sigler grew up in Kittanning, Pennsylvania, and is retired from the US Marine Corps. He is active in the American Legion Post 18 and the Marine Corps League. After retiring from the Marines he went to work for the Procter and Gamble Distributing Company. After many years with P&G he started his own Business Development Company and now devotes his business expertise in the field of Real Estate. Mr. Sigler also volunteers his time as a youth softball coach. He lives in Centreville with his wife Deb and they have two children, a son Cameron and daughter Kathryn.
Jim A. Beauchamp - email
With a diverse background in accounting, finance, real estate development, economic development, manufacturing, and technology, Mr. Beauchamp thought he could make a meaningful contribution to the Town. Born in Central Texas, Jim grew up in a small town not too different from Centreville. He earned an Accounting degree from the University of Texas and attended U.T.’s Graduate School of Architecture & Planning. Jim has lived in Queen Anne’s County for well over a decade and currently lives with his family in the Providence Farm neighborhood.