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5th & Avon Community Advisory Committee 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 p This Information Not Available The Board of Supervisors shall appoint 12-15 members to the Committee. Each member shall be a resident of or business owner in Albemarle County and the member’s home or business shall be located within the Committee’s geographic area. An individual m
Acquisition of Conservation Easements (ACE) Appraisal Review Committee 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. Resident of Albemarle County with real estate experience. Three members. The County Assessor will serve as one of the members of the committee. In addition, it will include one member of the ACE Committee and one real estate professional.
Acquisition of Conservation Easements Committee (ACE) Assist in the implementation of the ACE program. Assist program administrator in program start-up, including development of application materials, intake and review procedures, and marketing materials and a marketing plan. Promote ACE program by pr Resident of Albemarle County. Knowledge in the fields of conservation, conservation biology, real estate and/or rural land appraisal, farming and forestry. May include members of conservation easement holding agencies and conservation organizatio Ten members.
Agricultural and Forestal District Advisory Committee See subsections 15.2-4300 through 15.2-4314 of the Virginia State Code. The committee shall advise the local planning commission and the local governing body and assist in creating, reviewing, modifying, continuing or terminating districts within th None in particular. The committee shall consist of ten members appointed by the Board of Supervisors. The committee shall be comprised of four 4) landowners who are engaged in agricultural or forestal production, four 4) other landowners of the county, the county asses
Albemarle Broadband Authority This Information Not Available This Information Not Available This Information Not Available
Albemarle County Fire Rescue Advisory Board Bylaws located at www.ACFireRescue.org This Information Not Available Rodney Thomas;Board of Supervisors Liaison
Albemarle County Service Authority Establishes policies and procedures pertaining to water and sanitary sewer service to ACSA customers. Establishes policies and procedures regulating a staff of 67 employees. Makes long-range plans for water and sewer service in Albemarle County. A No particular qualifications required. There are six members. Each member represents one magisterial district. Board members are compensated $154.50 per meeting effective July 1, 2013. Such compensation shall be adjusted annually on April 1st by the percentage increase in the Consumer P
Architectural Review Board The Architectural Review Board shall administer the provisions of Section 30.6 Entrance Corridor Overlay District of the Albemarle County Zoning Ordinance in accordance with duties as set forth in such district, and shall promulgate appropriate desig Members shall have a demonstrated interest, competence or knowledge in architecture and/or site design. Five members appointed by the Board of County Supervisors.
Audit Committee The Audit Committee is a committee of the Board of Supervisors. Its primary function is to assist the Board in carrying out its oversight responsibilities by reviewing financial information provided in the County's Annual Financial Report, by review Only elected officials will be voting members of the Audit Committee. Two members of the Board of Supervisors, one member of the School Board (appointed by the School Board), County Executive or designee, Director of Finance, and Superintedent of Schools or designee.
Blue Ridge Committee for Shenandoah Park Relations The purpose of the committee is to provide for a two way conduit of information. Discussions include issues such as, wildlife management practices, law enforcement, cross promotion for tourism, potential expansion, park history, and related land stu This Information Not Available A representative from eight Counties adjacent to the Park (Augusta, Rockingham, Page, Warren, Rappahannock, Madison, Greene, and Albemarle).
Board of Zoning Appeals The establishment and organization of the Albemarle County Board of Zoning Appeals or BZA is established in the Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2308. The powers and duties of the BZA are also outlined in the Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-2309. Must be County resident. 5 members. Each member is appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court and receives such compensation as may be authorized by the Board of Supervisors, from time to time, by ordinance or resolution. Subject to "Conflict of Interests Act." Members a
Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Oversight Committee Charge: The Capital Improvement Program (Capital Program) is the planning guide for County expenditures for major capital facilities and equipment and includes a five-year approved Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) balanced to revenues and a Capital Ne Long-time resident of Albemarle County or an Albemarle County business owner of Albemarle County, extensive knowledge in general contracting for commercial and public buildings or Land Development, an interest and general understanding of budget deve Citizen Member
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Charlottesville/Albemarle Airport Authority The Charlottesville/Albemarle Airport Authority is the regional airport facility for Central Virginia, providing a multitutde of aviation services. This Information Not Available Three members: City appointment (City Manager or his assistant), County appointment (County Executive or his assistant), and joint City/County appointment (chosen from membership of the Airport Commission). The City and County take turns selecting
Charlottesville/Albemarle/UVA PCC - Policy Committee See Three-Party Agreement This Information Not Available This Information Not Available
Charlottesville/Albemarle/UVA Planning and Coordination Council - Technical Committee A sub-committee of the Charlottesville/Albemarle/University Planning & Coordination Council. This Information Not Available This Information Not Available
Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau CACVB) Management Board See Agreement for Operation of a Joint Convention and Visitors' Bureau dated July 1, 2004 on file in the Clerk's office. Seat 1: Charlottesville City Manager, or his designee.;Seat 2: Albemarle County Executive, or his designee.;Seat 3: President, C-A Chamber of Commerce, or his designee.;Seat 4: Exec VP, University of Virginia, or his designee.;Seat 5: President/CEO, The Management Board shall be composed of eleven members.
Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee CTAC (Formally known as CHART) This committee will develop and recommend updates to long-range CHART plan, evaluate plan progress, and recommend amendments and updated project descriptions to the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Technical Committee for endorsement and appr This Information Not Available 4 City appointments (one of which should be a Planning Commissioner);4 County appointments (one of which should be a Planning Commissioner);5 MPO Policy Board appointments;MPO appointments shall include representatives from the following groups: pub
Community Policy and Management Team The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and the Charlottesville City Council have established separate Community Policy and Management Teams in each respective locality pursuant to the Code of Virginia, Section § 2.2-5204. Albemarle County CPMT and This Information Not Available Members of the CPMT include representatives of each jurisdictions’ Department of Social Services and Public Schools, the Region Ten Community Services Board, the Sixteenth District Juvenile Court Services Unit, Community Attention, a private agency w
Crozet Community Advisory Committee 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 p Members shall consist of residents of the Community of Crozet, with representation of the following:;;1. Community of Crozet citizens at large members 2);2. Business community 2);3. Other potential community representatives 8):;;Claudius Crozet Park The Board of Supervisors shall appoint ten to fifteen members. In addition, there wil be a liaison from both the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors.
Darden Towe Memorial Park Committee 1. To deal with capital development issues such as:; a. Determine the use of Phase III funding; b. Receive input from the Staff Supervisory Committee on new department beyond Phase III and establish priority and funding schedule recommendations f This Information Not Available Two County Board of Supervisors members and two City Council members.
Economic Development Authority An ordinance creating the Industrial Development Authority was adopted on May 12, 1976. See State Code Sections 15.2-4900 through 15.2-4908 for enabling legislation. The authority created by the Albemarle Board of County Supervisors acquires, owns, It is helpful, but not essential, if members have some working knowledge of municipal finance or the financial markets in general. Some basic understanding of taxation is also helpful. Members are not paid for their service. No director shall be an employee of the County.
Electoral Board 1. Elect a Chair, Vice-Chair, and Secretary.;2. Administer all County and Town Elections, including, but not limited to, the presentation of ballots, the administration of absentee ballot provisions, the conduct of the election, and the ascertainin 1. Registered voter of Albemarle County.;2. Represent a political party.;3. Must not be the spouse of an Electoral Board member, or of the General Registrar of Voters, nor the spouse of any person who is the parent, grandparent, sibling, child, or gr This Information Not Available
Equalization Board The Board of Equalization shall hear all complaints and objections to real estate assessments from the taxpayer or his agent. The Board shall hear and give consideration to such complaints and equalize such assessments and, moreover, the Board is ch Members of the board shall have the qualifications prescribed by Section 58.1-3374, shall conduct their business as required by Section 58.1-3378, and shall be freeholders must own property in the County). A candidate with a background in the real e Section 58.1-3371 of the Code of Virginia was amended in 1995 to permit any county operating under the county executive form of government to "be composed of not less than three nor more than the number of districts for the election of members of the
Fire Prevention Board of Appeals / Local Board of Building Code Appeals The owner or occupant of any building, structure or premises may appeal a decision of the fire official, by submitting written application within 15 calendar days of the decision, when it is claimed that:;; 1. The fire official has refused to grant Board members shall be qualified by experience and training to rule on matters pertaining to building construction and fire prevention. Employees or officials of the local government appointing the board may not be appointed. The Board is to be appointed by the governing body. Members are paid $45.00 per meeting, Albemarle Code § 2-1105).
Fiscal Impact Advisory Committee Mission;; 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 i This Information Not Available Members of the Committee are appointed by the Board of Supervisors for terms of two years, and are eligible to serve two consecutive terms, unless otherwise modified by the Board of Supervisors. Appointments may be staggered for continuity. The Ass
Hazardous Materials - Local Emergency Planning Committee The LEPC is responsible for writing the hazardous materials emergency plan, monitoring hazardous materials storage facilities for reporting compliance, and releasing information to the general public on hazardous materials facilities and users. The Law requires an elected official from each jurisdiction. This Information Not Available
High Growth Coalition An association of local elected officials representing twenty-seven of the fastest growing cities, counties and towns in Virginia. The Coalition advocates for state policy and legislation that maintains and strengthens local authority to manage deve This Information Not Available Voluntary basis. Voting members are elected officials from each member locality.
Historic Preservation Committee The committee implements the County’s Historic Preservation Plan, which is a part of the Comprehensive Plan. The committee aids County Planning staff in identifying local historic properties; working with new owners of historic properties; promoting A background in Albemarle County history is required for all positions as is the willingness to work on implementing projects. Need not be a County resident to apply. This Information Not Available
Housing Committee The Housing Committee provides advice and guidance to the Board of Supervisors on housing issues in furtherance of the County's goal to promote a variety of safe, sanitary and affordable housing types for Albemarle County residents of all income grou A willingness to attend meetings and actively participate, a demonstrated interest in and knowledge of affordable housing issues in Albemarle County, expertise and/or experience in representing constituent concerns, an ability to work in collaboratio The Board of Supervisors shall appoint at least nine members to the Housing Committee. The Committee should include representation from the following areas or organizations:;; Real Estate;Construction/Development;Financial Community;Legal Community;
Jail Authority Board The Board determines policy for the operation of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Joint Security Complex. Determines policy related to personnel, budget and correctional matters. This Information Not Available The Board consists of the Sheriff of Albemarle, the Sheriff from Charlottesville City and the Sheriff of Nelson County, and one member of the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors (appointed for two year terms), one citizen member from Albemarle coun
James River Alcohol Safety Action Program The James River ASAP Policy Board is responsible for operation of the Program within the participating localities, for hiring and supervising an Executive Director who shall be responsible for implementing operational policies, for approving a fiscal Interest in and knowledge of transportation safety issues (particularly those issues involving use of alcohol or other drugs), interest in and knowledge of law enforcement issues (particularly those involving driving under the influence), interest in There are 15 members: six chosen by the Board of Supervisors of the various areas they represent (Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Nelson and the city of Charlottesville) and nine at-large members chosen by the first six members.
JAUNT Board The Board serves as a policy-making board for general operations of JAUNT. Provide elderly, handicapped and specialized transportation to the region for individuals, as well as, human service agencies. Each member is expected to serve on a sub-committee. There are four members from the County beginning 7-1-93), four from the City, and two from Nelson, Fluvanna and Louisa Counties.
Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA) The Board operates the programs and provides the services agreed upon by the participating jurisdictions in order to implement the annual Comprehensive Plan for Aging Services of the Thomas Jefferson Planning District. Manage and administer the affa Interest and concern for the elderly of Planning District 10. Albemarle County has four members.
Jefferson Area Board for Aging Advisory Council This body as part of the total JABA organization is mandated under the "Older Americans Act" as amended in October 1978 and is responsible for advising the JABA Board of Directors on matters of program and policies affecting the elderly in PSA 10. T Interest and concern for those 60+ years old in the Planning District 10. There is a minimum of 12 members with each participating jurisdiction appointing two persons and with other members appointed at-large. Members serve terms of two years and can be reappointed. There is no compensation for services.
Jefferson Area Community Criminal Justice Board See Code of Virginia Section 53.1-183.; Provide for the purchase, development and operation of community programs, services and facilities for use by the courts in diverting offenders from local correctional facility placements.;Assist community age This Information Not Available 19 members, one from each of the nine localities (Albemarle, Fluvanna, Goochland, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson and Orange counties, and the City of Charlottesville), plus one representative from each of the groups mandated by state legislation (a
Jefferson Area Disability Service Board Albemarle County is required to have a Regional Disability Services Board as set forth by the Virginia General Assembly. The Board may be a local or regional board and serves the needs of the locality and its citizens. The Thomas Jefferson Planning A willingness to actively participate, an interest in and knowledge of the needs of persons with disabilities, community service ability and willingness to network, an interest in and knowledge of government, business and community concerns, expertis The Board will be appointed by the local governments up to a number not to exceed fifteen. Membership shall include at least one local official from each of the participating jurisdictions, two representatives of the business community and consumers
Jefferson Health Council of the Northwestern Virginia Health Systems Agency Provide health planning services for a Northwestern Virginia area that includes 32 local government jurisdictions.; Improve the health of area residents.; Increase both availability and accessibility (geographical and financial) of health care servic This Information Not Available Membership includes representatives of elected local government officials and of local public and private agencies concerned with health care, as well as a director of a local health department, a director of a local social services or welfare depart
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library Board This Board administers the regional library system pursuant to applicable state laws and is responsible for budgets, finance, public policy and planning for library services. The Library Board serves as a strong, active advocate for improvement and Previous experience in development of public policy and finance is encouraged. Knowledge of community and fundraising is valuable. This is a regional library board with nine members: three City appointees, three County appointees, and one each from Louisa, Nelson and Greene Counties. Members serve terms of four years.
Joint Airport Commission The Commission is an advisory group which provides input from the Community to the Airport Executive Director and the Airport Authority on airport matters, and in turn provides information to the Community on airport matters. Shall be a citizen of the County who holds no other municipal or County office.;Shall serve without compensation.;Shall be interested in commercial or general aviation, or both, with a desire to promote airport services within the community. There are seven members: three City appointees, three County appointees and one member is appointed by joint action of the City and County, each for a three-year term. The member appointed by joint action shall also serve as a member of the governi
Jordan Development Corporation The Jordan Development Corporation owns and operates three apartment facilities for low-income elderly and disabled people at two locations. The Scottsville School Apartments has 34 units and houses approximately 40 people. Near Crozet is the Meado The appointees should be interested and concerned with housing for low-income people and be able to work with a committee structure in reaching a consensus for decisions of a non-profit Board. Albemarle County has two members who serve on this Board. These members may be reappointed for one year terms.
Local Board of Building Code Appeals / Fire Prevention Code Appeals Board Hears cases where the owner of a building, the owner's agent or any person is aggrieved by the local building department's application of the Uniform Statewide Building Code (USBC) or its refusal to grant a modification to the provisions of the USBC. Members are selected based on their ability to render fair and competent decisions regarding application of the USBC. To the extent possible, they will represent different fields relating to the construction industry. It is preferred that one membe The Board of Appeals shall consist of five members, and two alternate members appointed by the Board of County Supervisors. Employees or officials of the local government appointing the board shall not serve as board members. Members do not have to
Metropolitan Planning Organization, Policy Board This organization is a policymaking body to provide a continuing comprehensive transportation planning and programming process for the urban area of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. It allocates federal planning funds consistent with the Unifie Appointed by governing body, must be elected official. 2 County Supervisors, 2 City Councilors, 1 VDoT representative.
Metropolitan Planning Organization, Technical Committee This committee is a technical body providing a continuing comprehensive transportation planning and programming process for the urban area of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. This Information Not Available This Information Not Available
Monticello Area Community Action Agency (MACAA) The MACAA Board of Directors is responsible as the legal and policy making entity of the organization. MACAA is the antipoverty agency serving Albemarle County along with the City of Charlottesville, Fluvanna, Louisa and Nelson Counties. The Board A sensitivity and awareness of poverty issues are important attributes, knowledge of the local community is helpful, desire to generate support and interest in the agency's initiatives, and willingness to serve as an advocate for the poor There are no particular requirements.
Natural Heritage Committee The Natural Heritage Committee is an advisory committee that maintains the County's Biodiversity Assessment, advises the Board of Supervisors, the Planning Commission, and County staff on applying biodiversity information to land-use decision-making, The Committee should include members with expertise or background in one or more the following fields:;;natural history including those with detailed knowledge of local wildlife, plants, and other resources); terrestrial, aquatic, and landscape ecolo The Board of Supervisors shall appoint ten to twelve members. Applicants need not be County residents. However, total committee membership should consist of some County residents.
Pantops Community Advisory Committee 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 p Responsibilities of the Committee are as follows:; 1. Serve as liaisons by: 1) contributing to the public understanding of and encouraging support for Master Plan implementation; 2) keeping the community informed of the needs, purposes, and progress The Board of Supervisors shall appoint ten to fifteen members to the Committee with representation from the following:; Pantops citizens at large;Property owners and Stakeholders;Business community members;Civic/neighborhood organizations; Representa
Piedmont Virginia Community College Board The Board of Directors advises the State Board of Community Colleges and performs duties delegated by that Board. The College Board is responsible for assuring that the Community College is responsive to the needs existing within its service region Members shall be residents of the region to be served by the community college and shall include persons from various businesses, industries, and professions in the region being served. No elected members of either the General Assembly or of a local Members are to be chosen from a list of occupations. Members are not paid for their service.
Piedmont Workforce Network (PWN) Council (formerly Consortium of Chief Local Elected Officials for the Workforce Investment Act) The Consortium sets forth the process, procedures, and responsibilities for implementing the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) in the City of Charlottesville and the Counties of Albemarle, Culpeper, Fauquier, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, O This Information Not Available Members are the CLEOs of each jurisdiction in the Local Workforce Investment Area (ours is designated LWIA VI, Workforce Today), or a designee from the elected body, who is authorized by that body to act on behalf of the Mayor or Chair if the CLEO is
Places 29 (HYDRAULIC) Community Advisory Committee 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 p Each member shall be a resident or business owner in Albemarle County. For all representatives, the member’s home or business shall be located within their appointed sub-Committee’s geographic area. An individual may not serve on more than one sub- The Board of Supervisors shall appoint eleven members to the Committee.
Places 29 (NORTH) Community Advisory Committee 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 p Each member shall be a resident or business owner in Albemarle County. For all representatives, the member’s home or business shall be located within their appointed sub-Committee’s geographic area. An individual may not serve on more than one sub- The Board of Supervisors shall appoint eleven members to the Committee.
Places 29 (RIO) Community Advisory Committee 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 p Each member shall be a resident or business owner in Albemarle County. For all representatives, the member’s home or business shall be located within their appointed sub-Committee’s geographic area. An individual may not serve on more than one sub- The Board of Supervisors shall appoint eleven members to the Committee.
Planning Commission Promote the orderly development of Albemarle County and its environment. Serve primarily in an advisory capacity to the Board of County Supervisors in accomplishing the objectives of Section 15.2-2210 of the Code of Virginia. This Commission also s Members shall be qualified by knowledge and experience to make decisions on questions of community growth and development. At least one-half of the members must be freeholders. There is no limit to the number of terms a member may serve. Members with the exception of the non-voting member from the University of Virginia are paid $4100 for their services per annum to be paid in monthly installments. The chairman shall rece
Police Department Citizens Advisory Committee Provide for independent review by a citizen committee of policies, procedures, budget decisions and staffing allocations of the County Police Department in order to improve efficiency and effectiveness of local law enforcement services and to promote Members shall be selected on the basis of their professional experience, educational background, and history of community service. A BOS member will serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member, as well as liaison between the PDCAC and the BOS. Five citizen members appointed by the Board of Supervisors (BOS), and an ex-officio, non-voting member of the BOS, who will act as a liaison between the PDCAC and the BOS
Property Committee There is no fact sheet for this committee. Two members of the Board of Supervisors and the County Executive serve on it (no one from the public) This Information Not Available This Information Not Available
Public Defenders Office Citizens Advisory Committee The Charlottesville/Albemarle Public Defenders Office, one of many throughout the state, is responsible for providing legal representation to low-income citizens who are charged with criminal offenses which could result in their being sentenced to ja Persons selected to serve should have an interest in the criminal justice system, have a strong belief in its possibilities to operate fairly and justly and genuinely desire progress and improvements for the Public Defenders Office. Service should b Albemarle County has one member.
Public Recreational Facilities Authority 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. Easements ar An ability to read and understand real estate plats and easements. A general understanding of Albemarle County zoning and subdivision ordinances. An interest in and dedication to the preservation and conservation of open-space land, water supply an State Code requires that there be no less than 5, nor no more than 17 members. Each member serves a term of three years and is eligible for reappointment. Members drew for terms at the beginning of this authority, so there are three terms expiring
Region Ten Community Services Board This 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. Submits to local govern Legal resident of the locality, interest in developing and overseeing policies affecting services to persons with mental disabilities and/or chemical dependence, recognition that members of Region Ten Board, though unpaid, are not volunteers, but rat 14 members: four City appointees, four Albemarle County appointees, one each from Fluvanna and Greene counties, two each from Louisa and Nelson counties.
Residential Development Impact Work Group 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 Member qualifications include:;; • Experience working within a consensus-driven decision-making process, and a commitment to such a process in fulfilling the Committee's responsibilities as outlined in the charge statement; • Willingness to wor The committee shall consist of approximately seven voting members appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Appointments will be based on Board and staff recommendations, nominations from community and business groups, and individual applications.;; The
Rivanna River Basin Commission To provide guidance for the stewardship and enhancement of the water and natural resources of the Rivanna River Basin. Citizen should demonstrate interest, experience, or expertise in water-related Basin issues. Two members of the governing bodies of each of the four localities with major land area in the Rivanna watershed (the counties of Albemarle, Greene and Fluvanna, and the City of Charlottesville), one member of each of the Soil & Water Conservation Di
Rivanna Solid Waste Authority Development of systems and facilities for recycling, waste reduction and disposal alternatives with the ultimate goal of acquiring, financing, constructing, and/or operating and maintaining regional solid waste disposal areas, systems and facilities, No particular qualifications. Board of Directors consists of seven members. Four of the members shall always be the persons holding the offices of City Manager, City Director of Public Works, County Executive and County Engineer. One member shall be the joint appointee.
Rivanna Solid Waste Authority Citizens Advisory Committee Advises the Board of Directors of the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority on all matters pertaining to solid waste disposal and use, including recycling, energy generation and other alternative uses. The Board of Directors of the Authority shall give sign Three members are appointed by the City.;Three members are appointed by the County.;Two members are appointed by the University of Virginia.;The ninth member is to be the Chairman and is jointly appointed by the City and County. The Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor and Vice Mayor of the City shall nominate a Chairman for the Board of Directors of RSWA and for the Chairman of the Advisory Committee. Election shall be by the governing body.
Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority Provides wholesale water and wastewater treatment service for the City and County. Responsible for construction of regional wastewater treatment plan. See Four-Party Agreement. None in particular. Membership is spelled out in the Four-Party Contract. One member is appointed jointly by the City and the County and serves as Chairman of this Board.
Route 250 West Task Force Review and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors with regard to all transportation improvements on the Route 250 West corridor 250 Bypass to the Yancey Mill interchange). The Task Force will review, with public participation when necessar None in particular. Six member Task Force. The Task Force should represent: One person from Scenic 250, Southern Environmental Law Center, Piedmont Environmental Council or other similar type of organization, two persons from businesses along the Route 250 West Corrid
Social Services Advisory Board This is an advisory board that monitors the formulation and implementation of social welfare programs in the county and advises the director on program and policy matters. Members serve as advocates for the Department of Social Services with the com An interest in all matters pertaining to the social welfare of the citizens of the County and the ability to interact with the community in order to obtain its input. The Board of Social Services is composed of six members, one from each magisterial district. Members are appointed for four- year terms, limited to two consecutive terms. After being off the board for one term, a member is eligible for reappointmen
Solid Waste Alternatives Advisory Committee (SWAAC) The Albemarle County Solid Waste Alternatives Advisory Committee (SWAAC) is a standing advisory committee to the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. The establishment of this Committee is consistent with the County’s Comprehensive Plan, the organi This Information Not Available The SWAAC will consist of six to eight voting members appointed by the Board of Supervisors with appropriate background and experience. Appointments will be based on Board and staff recommendations, nominations from community and business groups, and
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Thomas Jefferson Emergency Medical Services Council Responsible for the implementation and coordination of comprehensive emergency medical services system for Planning District Ten. The only qualification needed to be a Board member is to be appointed by their EMS agency, Hospital or Governing Body, etc. The Council consists of three members from local jurisdictions in Planning District Ten. One member shall be a representative of the governing body, one member shall be a consumer of such services. In addition, the University of Virginia Medical Ce
Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is organized to encourage planning for the physical, social and economic development of the region, to provide local governments assistance in planning and coordination, and to develop regional soluti Interest in regional cooperation. The Commission consists of 12 members: two from the City, two from Albemarle County, two each from Greene, Nelson, Fluvanna, and Louisa Counties. At least 51 percent of the members must be elected officials.
Village of Rivanna Community Advisory Committee 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 p 1.Serve as liaisons by: 1) contributing to public understanding of and encouraging support for Master Plan implementation; 2) keeping the community informed of the needs, purposes, and progress of Master Plan implementation; 3) encouraging interest The Board of Supervisors shall appoint 10 members to the Committee with geographically diverse representation from the following: Residents of the Glenmore community (3) Residents of the Village of Rivanna outside Glenmore (3) Business community
Workforce Investment Board 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. Business and industry leaders are nominated by organizations, other business leaders, or themselves. The applicant or nominator must submit a nomination form to TJPDC. The names will be forwarded to the appropriate governing body. Local elected of The Board must be made up of a majority of private sector representatives. Other members include representatives of education, economic development, labor, community-based organizations, and One Stop required partners.
YMCA Board of Directors This Information Not Available No particular qualifications at this time. The number of directors of the Corporation (YMCA) shall be not less than nine (9) and not more than twenty-four (24).;Two appointed by the Board of Supervisors.

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