About the Board of Supervisors
Supervisor William P. Cusack
William P. Cusack
Office: 600 W. 4th Street
Davenport, Iowa 52801
Residence: 22470 140th Ave.
Davenport, Iowa 52806
Sworn In: November 9, 2010
Term Expires: January 2015
William P. Cusack serves on the Scott County Board of Supervisors. Bill was elected to that position in November, 2010 and was sworn in later that month.
Bill was first elected to Public Office in November, 1973 as a member of Davenport's Park Board. He also served on the Davenport Planning & Zoning Commission during that time. Next, he was elected as Davenport Alderman- at-Large in November, 1975 and while an alderman served on the public safety committee and the public works committee. He was re-elected in November, 1977. Upon the death of long-time Scott County Treasurer Ken Gaines later in November, 1977, Bill was appointed Scott County Treasurer on January 3, 1978. He was subsequently elected to that position later that year and was re-elected in 1982, 1986 and 1990.
Bill and his wife Nadine retired to Gilbert, Arizona in 1995. Having moved to Sun Lakes, Arizona and ultimately to Show Low, Arizona, Bill was hired by the Show Low Police Dept. in 2002 and left their employ at the end of 2005 when he returned to Iowa.
Bill graduated from St. Ambrose Academy in 1958, the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1972 and the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy in 1985. His initial career was in the banking business, having been hired in 1959 as a stock boy at First Trust and Savings Bank, Davenport and working his way up to Asst. Vice-Pres. and manager of the Division Street Office, which is now a US Bank office. His banking career ended on December 31, 1977 because of his selection to become Scott County Treasurer. In the 39 year history of the Iowa State Reserve Law Officer's Association history, Bill is the only two term president.
Bill represents Scott County on the Bi-State Region 9 Transportation Policy Committee and the Partners of Scott County Watershed Commission. Bill was recently appointed as Scott County's representative on the 7th Judicial District Court System Board of Directors.
Bill & his wife Nadine reside in rural Davenport.