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Acquisition of Conservation Easements Committee (ACE): Three vacancies. Assist in the implementation of the ACE program.
Acquisition of Conservation Easement (ACE) Appraisal Review Committee: One vacancy, ACE representative. The committee shall have the power and duties to review appraisals to make sure they are consistent with appropriate appraisal guidelines and practices, and to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors.
Agricultural & Forestal District Advisory Committee: One vacancy. The Committee shall advise the local planning commission and the local governing body and assist in creating, reviewing, modifying, continuing or terminating districts within the locality. In particular, the Committee shall render expert advice as to the nature of farming and forestry and agricultural and forestal resources within the district and their relation to the entire locality. Must be a landowner within the County. Preference will be given to a landowner engaged in agricultural or foresal production.
Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC): One vacancy. This committee will develop and recommend updates to long-range CHART plavaluate plan progress, and recommend amendments and updated project descriptions to the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Technical Committee for endorsement and approval by the MPO Policy Board.
Economic Development Authority: One vacancy, White Hall District. The authority created by the Albemarle Board of County Supervisors acquires, owns, leases and disposes of properties and makes loans and issues bonds to promote industry and development by inducing manufacturing, industrial, governmental, nonprofit and commercial enterprises and institutions of higher education to locate in or remain in the County and to further the use of its agricultural products and natural resources.
Equalization Board: One vacancy, Samuel Miller District. The Board of Equalization shall hear all complaints and objections to real estate assessments from the taxpayer or his agent.
Fire Prevention Board of Appeals/Local Board of Building Code Appeals: Two vacancies. Board members shall be qualified by experience and training to rule on matters pertaining to building construction and fire prevention.
Fiscal Impact Advisory Committee: Six vacancies. The Fiscal Impact Advisory Committee (FIAC) is appointed by the Board of Supervisors (BOS) to provide advice to the Board of Supervisors on the development, implementation, and uses of the County’s official tools for measuring the fiscal impact of development.
Historic Preservation Committee: Two vacancies. The committee implements the County's Historic Preservation Plan, which is part of the Comprehensive Plan. *Expertise in archaeology and financial incentives for historic preservation preferred*
Natural Heritage Committee: Two vacancies. Serves as an advisory committee that maintains the County's Biodiversity Assessment; advise the Board of Supervisors, the Planning Commission and County staff on applying biodiversity information to land-use decision-making, and supports biodiversity education in the County. Preference will be given to individuals in the following skill areas: GIS, conservation-related scientific experience and/or field natural-history experience.
Places 29 (HYDRAULIC) Community Advisory Committee: One vacancy, business community. The Advisory Committees will provide assistance, feedback and input to County staff and the Board of Supervisors on community and county efforts related to implementation and support of the adopted Master Plan, in accordance with established county procedures. Places29-Hydraulic will focus on the neighborhoods and businesses between Hydraulic Road and Rio Road in the Places29 Master Plan area.
Places 29 (NORTH) Community Advisory Committee: One vacancy, small neighborhood, school community and Office/R&D/Flex/LI or HI. The Advisory Committees will provide assistance, feedback and input to County staff and the Board of Supervisors on community and county efforts related to implementation and support of the adopted Master Plan, in accordance with established county procedures. Places29-North will focus on the Piney Mountain and Hollymead Neighborhoods.
Public Defender's Office Citizens Advisory Committee: One vacancy. The committee will also assist in representing the office to the community, and, where appropriate, advocate for desirable changes and improvements.
Public Recreational Facilities Authority: Three vacancies. The Authority accepts, holds, protects, enforces and administers open-space land and interests therein, under the provisions of Chapter 17 of Title 10.1 of the Code of Virginia 1950, as specifically prescribed by Code Section 10.1-1701.
Region Ten Community Services Board: One vacancy. The Board reviews and evaluates public mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse services and facilities available to serve the community and private services and facilities which receive funds through the Board.
Residential Development Fiscal Impact Work Group: Seven vacancies. The Residential Development Impact Work Group is formed by the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors to understand recent State Code amendments regarding proffers and to develop and analyze alternative means for determining and addressing the fiscal impact of residential development allowed either by-right or subsequent to a rezoning.
Solid Waste Alternative Advisory Committee (SWAAC): One vacancy. The Albemarle County Solid Waste Alternatives Advisory Committee (SWAAC) is a standing advisory committee to the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors.
Workforce Investment Board: Two vacancies. The Board will develop the vision, goals, objectives, policies, and strategic local plan, designate or certify One Stop Centers, appoint a Youth Council, and promote private sector participation.
All vacancies are open until filled. Application forms and information may be obtained from the Clerk's Office, Board of County Supervisors, Fourth Floor, County Office Building, 401 McIntire Road, Charlottesville, VA, between 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Monday - Friday. Applications are also available on-line. Telephone: (434) 296-5843.
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