Time: 7:00 PM
Location: BOS Meeting Room/Electronic Meeting
Application for change of Zoning District classification from C-1, Commercial, to R-4, Residential Community, unconditional, by Kathleen J. Huntsman for a .582-acre parcel with improvements, Tax Map #15-92D, located off Route 3 (Mary Ball Road) in District Two.
Public hearing for the consideration of revoking a Conditional Use Permit approved on April 26, 1991 by the Lancaster County Board of Supervisors for the storage of inert demolition debris pursuant to Article 4-1-30 of the Lancaster County Zoning Ordinance (repealed 2-25-93) to T.P. Fisher and Sons, Inc., et al, on a parcel defined as Tax Map #34-7, located off Route 200 (Irvington Road).
Public hearing for the consideration of revoking a Special Exception approved on October 28, 1993 by the Lancaster County Board of Supervisors for a stump/brush/scrap wood chipping facility pursuant to Article 4-1-15A of the Lancaster County Zoning Ordinance to T.P. Fisher and Sons, Inc., et al on a parcel defined as Tax Map #34-7, located off Route 200 (Irvington Road).
Public hearing for the consideration of a Utility Scale Solar Revenue Sharing Ordinance pursuant to §58.1-2636 Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, for the purposes of assessing a revenue share of up to $1,400 per megawatt on Solar Energy Projects as detailed and defined. Full text of this ordinance can be downloaded below (PDF format).
Public hearing for the consideration of adding Article XI “Cigarette Tax” Sections 62-300 et seq. to the Lancaster County Code of Ordinances to authorize the levy of taxes upon the sale or use of cigarettes in the portions of the County of Lancaster outside of the corporate limits of the Towns within the county. Full text of this ordinance can be downloaded at a later time or obtained as hard copy from county administration staff.
Public hearing for the consideration of an ordinance approving the formation of a joint entity to be known as The Chesapeake Bay Region Cigarette Tax Board, with the County of Lancaster as a member thereof, and bestowing on such entity all powers necessary and proper for the performance of its duties as provided by law. Full text of this ordinance can be downloaded at a later time or obtained as hard copy from county administration staff.
Public hearing for the consideration of Amendments to Sections 62-60.6 through 62-60.14 of the Lancaster County Code of Ordinances to allow “Real Estate Devoted to Forest Use” to be eligible for land use valuation and taxation in accordance with the provisions of Article 4 of Chapter 32 of Title 58.1 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended. Full text of this ordinance can be downloaded at a later time or obtained as hard copy from county administration staff.
The Board of Supervisors regularly scheduled public meeting is usually held on the last Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM. The meetings are held in the Board of Supervisors Meeting Room at the Lancaster County Administration Building, 8311 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster, Virginia.
Electronic Participation Access Instructions
The public may view or listen to the June 24, 2021 Board of Supervisors Meeting from their computer, tablet or smartphone as follows:
To join by computer: https://zoom.us/j/99204193202
iPhone one-tap :
US: +13126266799,,99204193202# or +19292056099,,99204193202#
To join by telephone:
- (312) 626-6799 (Chicago, IL)
- (929) 205-6099 (New York, NY)
- (301) 715-8592 (Germantown, MD)
Webinar ID: 992 0419 3202
Android and iOS users can access the meeting by downloading the Zoom app and entering the webinar ID.
As an alternative to Zoom webinars, most public meetings can also be viewed live or at any later time on the county's YouTube Channel (live stream is view only - no public participation).
Instructions for Making Public Comment
Electronic Participation Meetings are conducted in a Zoom webinar format in which the board members and certain members of County staff ("panelists") may be visible on camera and will be able to speak, while the press corps and members of the general public ("attendees") will be placed in a "view-only/listen-only" participation mode.
When applicable (depending on the type of meeting being conducted), members of the public who wish to state their comments or questions must ask to be recognized by clicking the "Raise Hand" button near the bottom of the Zoom interface window. Telephone callers will be able to raise their hands by pressing *9 on their telephone keypad. Upon being unmuted, citizens should provide their name and district in which they reside and then state their question or comment.
Inappropriate or offensive comments or language will result in immediate dismissal from the meeting.