The Board of Supervisors had a full agenda yesterday for our last regular meeting of 2022! You can review the meeting materials here and watch the meeting here. In addition to the SSPA action, which I noted at the top of the newsletter, here are several highlights:
Barbara Naef Recognition
During community presentations I was honored to recognize Hunter Mill District resident Barbare Naef (pictured) for her many contributions to the county, including 20 years serving on the History Commission. You can watch the presentation here.
The Board approved the addition of 28 single family attached dwellings to an existing multi-family development with associated modifications to site design along Vantage Hill Road, East Side of Wainwright Drive and South Side of Baron Cameron Avenue. The owners of the Vantage Hill property are using the proceeds from the sale of land to make much needed updates to the current property. Kudos to the Vantage Hill condo association folks for working through the process and using this very creative approach to keep your community going strong for decades to come. Learn more.
Personal Property (Car) Tax Update
The Board approved changes to make personal property tax return filing easier for residents who buy a new car or move one into the county. Learn more
Temporary Suspension of Disposal Fees for Haulin' Trash Customers
The Board authorized a temporary suspension of disposal fees at the I-95 Landfill Complex and the I-66 Transfer Station for former Haulin' Trash residential customers. Learn more.
Speed Camera Pilot Program Approved; Improving Safety is Focus
The Board approved a new pilot program for photo speed monitoring devices (speed cameras) to be installed in nine school zones and one construction zone in the county in early 2023. Learn more.