Lancaster Board of Supervisors Special Meeting Dec. 4th
In accordance with Sections 15.2-1417 and 15.2-1418 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, Chairman Bill Lee has called the following special meeting of the Lancaster County Board of Supervisors:
DATE: Tuesday, December 4, 2018
TIME: 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: Board Meeting Room, County Administration Building, 8311 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster, VA 22503
- Consideration of a resolution recognizing the 120th Anniversary of Sharon Baptist Church, and
- Discussion of possible conditions to be considered on the Special Exception Application by Rappahannock Solar, LLC that was tabled after the public hearing on November 15, 2018.
Lancaster Emergency Services to Implement Senior Preparedness Program
Beginning in September, the Lancaster County Department of Emergency Services will be implementing a new program geared towards preparing the county's senior population for safety and preparedness.
The program is designed as a follow-up with citizens who are 65 years and older and have received transport by the county rescue squads.
The department's staff will cover such topics as home safety, driving safety, and disaster preparedness. In addition, county emergency services staff members will check smoke detectors and give information on the programs available throughout the county.
Any other citizen wanting information on any of these topics should email or Interim Chief Matt Smith or call Chief Smith at (804) 436-3553.
Public Notice Concerning Littering
In accordance with Sections 33.2-802 and 46.2-1156 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, and Sections 54-29 and 54-30 of the Lancaster County Code of Ordinances, the Lancaster County Board of Supervisors and the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office remind the public that:
1) LITTERING IS ILLEGAL IN LANCASTER COUNTY, and
2) ANY VEHICLE TRANSPORTING LITTER ON ANY PUBLIC HIGHWAY MUST HAVE ITS LOAD COVERED TO PREVENT ITS CONTENTS FROM BLOWING, DROPPING OR FALLING FROM SUCH VEHICLE
ANY PERSON CONVICTED OF EITHER OF THE ABOVE SHALL BE PUNISHED BY A FINE UP TO $500 AND/OR BY IMPRISONMENT UP TO 30 DAYS
Lancaster County Sheriff's Office
8293 Mary Ball Road
Lancaster, VA 22503
Lancaster County Board of Supervisors
8311 Mary Ball Road
Lancaster, VA 22503
2018 Board of Supervisors Meeting Dates
The Board of Supervisors will hold its regular monthly meetings during calendar year 2018 on the following dates:
- January 25
- February 22
- March 29
- April 26
- May 31
- June 28
- July 26
- August 30
- September 27
- October 25
- November 15
- December 13
All meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Board Meeting Room which is located in the County Administration Building at 8311 Mary Ball Road (Virginia Primary Highway Route 3) in Lancaster Court House.
Item(s) to be placed on an agenda of a regular monthly meeting shall be submitted in writing with any related materials to the County Administrator's Office at least ten (10) calendar days prior to the meeting.
Prior to the aforementioned regular meeting time, the Board of Supervisors shall meet at 6:15 p.m. in the County Administrator's Office at 8311 Mary Ball Road (Virginia Primary Highway Route 3) in Lancaster Court House to review and, if necessary, modify the tentative agenda for the regular meeting. This meeting shall be open to the public, except for those portions that may be lawfully closed in conformance with the Virginia Freedom of Information Act.
2018 Meeting Dates for Lancaster County Social Services Board Announced
Board of Social Services Meetings will be held on the 4th Tuesday of every other month:
- January 23, 2018
- March 27, 2018
- May 22, 2018
- July 24, 2018
- September 25, 2018
- November 27, 2018
New Hours of Operation at Lancaster Social Services
The Lancaster County Social Services Board has approved the following changes effective January 1, 2018.
Office walk-in hours for the general public will be 8:00a.m. to 4:30p.m. Mon- Fri (The office will be open for calls until 5:00p.m.)
Notice to Waterfront Property Owners with Private Septic Systems
The Lancaster County Board of Supervisors has required implementation of a Septic System Pump-out/Inspection Program, requiring all private septic systems to be pumped out at least once every 5 years. This program is in accordance with the County's Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance and mandated by the Chesapeake Bay Local Assistance Board of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).
Since all land within Lancaster County is designated as Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area, all properties are required to comply. The Septic Pump-out/Inspection Program is broken down into two phases. Phase I ensures compliance with all private septic systems on waterfront properties. Phase II ensures compliance of all other properties having private septic systems.
Letters to all waterfront property owners with private septic systems are now going out, along with a verification compliance form to be mailed back with confirmation of pump-out.
Questions regarding this program may be directed to the Planning and Land Use Office at (804) 462-5220 or e-mail Brian Barnes.
Street Sign Vandalism
Theft and vandalism of highway marking signs continues to be a source of great concern to Lancaster County law enforcement and emergency response personnel. This is particularly true of street name identification signs.
According to the Lancaster County Code of Ordinances, willful and malicious damage to public property is a class 1 misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up $2,500 and/or up to 12 months in jail.
Anyone with information regarding vandalism to or theft of County-maintained street signs is encouraged to contact the County Administration office at (804) 462-5129 or e-mail Glenn D. Rowe.
Other street sign problems can be reported using our sign maintenance request form.
New Construction Debris Policy at Lancaster County Refuse Collection Facilities
Effective January 6, 2015, Lancaster County Solid Waste and Recycling facilities will no longer accept construction materials or debris from construction contractors.
Construction contractors are required to make their own disposal arrangements for construction-related waste/debris.
Businesses are welcome to dispose of their general waste and recyclable items such as cardboard, plastics, glass, aluminum, mixed papers and white goods (appliances).
Building Inspection Policy Change
Effective Monday, June 1, 2015, a minimum of a set of temporary stairs or an OSHA approved ladder and method of use is to be provided when entry to a building or structure is required to perform a requested inspection.
Flood Map Update
Flood insurance rate maps for Lancaster County as developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency have been updated with an effective date of October 2, 2014 and may be viewed on the county's GIS web site, gis.lancova.com.
Any person planning to cut or direct the cutting of trees within 100 feet of tidal waters or wetlands must contact the Lancaster County Planning and Land Use Office, (804) 462-5220, prior to doing so.