Stafford Officials Urge Public to Brush-up on Bay Preservation Act

via The Free Lance-Star

After a June training session on how the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act affects Stafford County and how the county affects the bay, the Stafford Board of Zoning Appeals is appealing to the public. Officials are urging residents to familiarize themselved with local ordinances based on the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act and to let the Department of Code Administration know if they see a violation of the Act. Contact the county Planning Department at 540-858-8668 to find out what is allowed. For information on Resource Protection Areas in the tidewater area, call 800-243-7229.

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