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'''Lonnie Murray''' is an elected official representing [[Albemarle County]] on the [[Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District]]. He has also serves on the [[Natural Heritage Committee]] and the [[Rivanna River Basin Commission]].<ref>"Comissioners, 2017 Rivanna River Basin Commission" Web. 29 June 2017. <http://rivannariverbasin.org/commissioners.php>.</Ref>
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'''Lonnie Murray''' is an elected official representing [[Albemarle County]] on the [[Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District]]. He has also serves on the [[Natural Heritage Committee]] and the [[Rivanna River Basin Commission]].
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<REF>{{cite web|title=2017 Rivanna River Basin Commission|url=http://rivannariverbasin.org/commissioners.php|accessdate=29 June 2017}}</Ref>
  
He has advocated for closing loopholes in the Albemarle County's water protection ordinance. <Ref>"Albemarle farmers share concerns at stream buffers meeting" Web. 18 June 2017. <http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/news/article/28284-farmers-share-concerns-at-stream-buffers-meeting/>.</Ref> He also raised concerns in regard to how water protection regulations address changes from one land use to another, “Certainly, there are some problems and gaps in the guidance provided to localities in terms of how regulation should occur as properties transition through these different land uses. Particularly, the change from forestry [use] to pasture to residential is not very clear”. <ref>"West Virginia governor’s company fails to pay property taxes in Albemarle, faces questions over land use" Web. Retrieved 29 June 2017. <http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/news/article/28119-wv-governors-company-fails-to-pay-property-taxes/>. </Ref>
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He has advocated for closing loopholes in the Albemarle County's water protection ordinance.  
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<REF>{{cite web|title=Albemarle farmers share concerns at stream buffers meeting|url=http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/news/article/28284-farmers-share-concerns-at-stream-buffers-meeting/|accessdate=18 June 2017}}</Ref>
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He also raised concerns in regard to how water protection regulations address changes from one land use to another, “Certainly, there are some problems and gaps in the guidance provided to localities in terms of how regulation should occur as properties transition through these different land uses. Particularly, the change from forestry [use] to pasture to residential is not very clear”. <REF>{{cite web|title=West Virginia governor’s company fails to pay property taxes in Albemarle, faces questions over land use|url=http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/news/article/28119-wv-governors-company-fails-to-pay-property-taxes/|accessdate=29 June 2017}}</Ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 17:12, 18 August 2017

Lonnie Murray is an elected official representing Albemarle County on the Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District. He has also serves on the Natural Heritage Committee and the Rivanna River Basin Commission. [1]

He has advocated for closing loopholes in the Albemarle County's water protection ordinance. [2]

He also raised concerns in regard to how water protection regulations address changes from one land use to another, “Certainly, there are some problems and gaps in the guidance provided to localities in terms of how regulation should occur as properties transition through these different land uses. Particularly, the change from forestry [use] to pasture to residential is not very clear”. [3]


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2011 election for Soil and Water Director, Thomas Jefferson District

Candidates Votes %
Lonnie M. Murray 9,118 36.98
Steven G. Meeks 8,734 35.42
David B. Norford 6,718 27.24
Write-In 84 0.34
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections.[4]

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