Lake Anna Advisory Committee

Purpose

To promote cooperation and coordination among the local governing bodies and Virginia Power on issues concerning Lake Anna

Day and Time of Meetings:
Meets every other month on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. (February/Spotsylvania, April/Louisa, June/Orange, August/Spotsylania, October/Louisa, December/Orange)

Location:
County Board Meeting Rooms or Livingston Elementary in Spotsylvania

Structure:
One Board member and two citizen members from each of three Counties, Caroline, Orange and Spotsylvania

Board or Staff Representative:
Greg Benton (Livingston Supervisor)
Greg Cebula (Berkeley Supervisor)

County Support Staff:
Paulette Mann, Planning Department, 507-7447
Takes minutes when meeting is in Spotsylvania  

Purpose or Mission Statement:

1. To promote cooperation and coordination among the local governing bodies and Virginia Power on issues concerning Lake Anna;

2. To develop recommendations for new or revised ordinances/legislation, specifically addressing the needs, issues and/or problems involving Lake Anna, its shoreline, its shore land area behind the lake, and the watersheds of Lake Anna as designated by the local governments;

3. To promote planning and management for land, water and other natural resources and environmental quality maintenance;

4. To administer the on-lake marker program (i.e. No Wake);

5. To promote research, control and /or eradication of undesirable aquatic weeds in Lake Anna and to improve the quality of the water and to control pollution in and around Lake Anna; and

6. To meet and discuss all local, state and federal agencies concerned with quality of human life, water, pollution, recreation, wildlife, fish and fishing conditions, in and around Lake Anna, and to pass on to all governmental agencies on the local, state or federal level any recommendations believed feasible and necessary to accomplish the purpose of this advisory committee. The central assumption of this agreement is that the areas of Lake Anna (including the principal shoreland areas) in Louisa, Orange and Spotsylvania counties are to be considered for policy guidance jointly, not independently; thus this agreement and the fulfillment of its purposes should survive and depend on the participation of all three Counties and Virginia Power.

Other Comments:

Created by Ordinance on March 22, 1994 
Who Appoints: Board of Supervisors

Length of Term: 2 years

Compensation:

Are Meetings Televised:

Name of Recorder:

Minutes to BOS and Co. Adm.:

Annual Report to BOS:

Additional Links

 

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
9019 Old Battlefield Blvd. Suite 320
Spotsylvania, Va. 22553

Physical Address: 
9019 Old Battlefield Blvd., 3rd Floor
Spotsylvania, VA. 22553

Contact: Paulette Mann
E-Mail: planning
@spotsylvania.va.us

Main: (540) 507-7434 
Fax: (540) 507-7445