General | Mountain Community Library | Watershed | Table Games
- Westridge HOA gives new wells to PSC
- July 5, 2012, The Spirit of Jefferson
"this is what a real, honest, public-private partnership looks
like. All too often people will use the term 'public-private'
partnership when what they mean is public money into private pockets."
- Electronic waste collected at Community Center for recycling
- June 27,2012, The Martinsburg Journal
"Local residents can take items ranging from TVs and cellphones to
computers and printers to the St. Andrew's Mountain Community
Center for a free e-cycling opportunity, according to John Maxey,
chair of the community center's board of directors."
- Jefferson County balances wireless, scenic views
- June 11,2012, The Charleston Gazette
"Businessman John Maxey says the public's safety is at risk in
Harpers Ferry and on the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers because of poor
Mountain Community Library
- Watershed Cleanup
- July 14,2012, WHAG TV
"John Maxey wrote a grant that eventually founded the Blue Ridge Water Coalition. This group has arranged low-water clean-up for the past two years."
- Watershed coalition seeks hard data
- February 23, 2012, The Spirit of Jefferson
"Maxey said gaining this concrete data on water pollution will be
vital in efforts to ensure the county is treated fairly as Chesapeake Bay Initiative regulations take shape."
- Elks Run Group Forming
- July 29, 2012, The Martinsburg Journal
"DUFFIELDS - The foundation has been laid for a watershed group,
Barbara Humes, chair of the Elks Run Study Committee, told a small
but interested gathering Saturday at the Elk Branch Presbyterian
- 2009 Table Games Referendum
- August 7, 2009, The Martinsburg Journal
"This year, West Virginia lawmakers approved a measure that
provides increased funding to communities where table games are
- 2007 Table Games Referendum
- June 7, 2007, Hagerstown Herald Mail
"Although the $1.5 million that would go to schools has been
touted as a way to build needed facilities, Maxey said the big need
facing the school system is better pay for teachers."
"New schools won't do any good if they are filled with 'unsupervised,
untaught' children, Maxey said."