Maysville City Commission
The City of Maysville has a city manager form of government pursuant to KRS 83A.150 .
Who serves on the Maysville Board of Commissioners?
Debra L. Cotterill retired from the University of Kentucky in 2019 after twenty three years of service with Cooperative Extension doing family education, community development and leadership. The last eight years of Debra's Extension career she served as the State Nutrition Education Programs Director in which she provided administrative leadership for the USDA-funded Expanded Food and Nutrition Program and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. These programs afforded over $16 million to more than 700,000 Kentuckians annually. Her responsibilities included 150 full-time employees, annual grant proposals, program delivery oversight for more than 300 county Extension agents, and all financials and audits. As an entrepreneur she operated and/or managed Maysville businesses, was a business instructor for Maysville Community and Technical College and assisted local entities with business plans and grant applications. Ms. Cotterill is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in 1976 and a Master of Science in 2002.
Mayor Cotterill also serves on the City/County Ambulance Committee and the City Audit Committee.
Victor is director of the Buffalo Trace District Health Department. He earned both his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Morehead State University, and is a graduate of Maysville Community College and St. Patrick High School.
He was elected to Maysville City Commission first in 2002, again in 2004, and in 2012. He served as vice-mayor, and as vice-president of Maysville Public Building Corporation 2002-06. In his early professional career, he covered local government for the local newspaper and served as the executive director of the Maysvile-Mason County Tourism Commission from 1990-93.
Victor serves as Mayor Pro Tem and on the Maysville-Mason County Landfill Committee.
Since returning from college, he has been active in the community. He has served on the Main Street Board, as chairman of the Maysville-Mason County Arts Commission for five years, and on the Camp Discovery Committee since its inception. He has also regularly taken a leadership roles in the Presbyterian Church.
Commissioner Wood also serves on the City Audit and I.N. Foster committees
Commissioner Cartmell also serves on the City/County Communications Committee.
Commissioner Brammer also serves on the I.N. Foster Committee and the City/County Recreation Park Committee.