Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Rio District
The Code of Virginia provides that each county be governed by a board of supervisors, which is elected by the qualified voters. The Board of Supervisors of Albemarle County is composed of six members, one from each magisterial district. Supervisors are elected for four-year terms which are staggered at two-year intervals. The election of supervisors is held as a part of the State's general election in November of odd-numbered years. At the first meeting of the year, the Board organizes itself and selects one of its members to serve as chairman and another to serve as vice-chairman.
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Ned L. Gallaway (Dem)
General Sales Manager of Mercedes Benz of Charlottesville
Given that the City and the County are both heavily involved in the urban area, what can they do to work more seamlessly together, so that the school system, the public safety entities, and the utilities could operate more efficiently?
A DEQ report and a Stream/Watch study estimate that only about 30% of the streams within the County are healthy by Virginia water standards. What steps would you support to improve local water quality?
How do you see the balance between expanding economic development in the county that diversifies our tax base and the impact that such economic development will have on population growth, traffic, schools, etc?
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