Moss is a West Point graduate and Vietnam veteran. He worked on Capitol Hill for over 25 years including 18 years as chief of staff to Senator Paul Sarbanes (D-MD). He retired from the Federal Government in 1995 and moved to Fluvanna County. He is president of the Fluvanna Historical Society and the Fluvanna Heritage Trail Foundation. He was founding member of the Fluvanna Friends of Rural Preservation, a group committed to preservation of the county’s open space. He was appointed by Governors Warner and Kaine to serve on the Capitol Square Preservation Council overseeing the restoration of Virginia’s historic Capitol and its grounds. He has specialized in forming public/private partnerships to assist local governments in working with non-profits on projects of mutual interest. He is currently[when?] serving on the Rivanna River Basin Commission (RRBC) as the citizen representative for Fluvanna County.
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- Web. Fluvanna County man honored by Virginia electric cooperatives, News Staff, News Article, CBS19, February 23, 2016, retrieved October 8, 2017.