At the May 16, 2013 Finance and Personnel committee meeting, a resolution was introduced with the intention to put the Agricultural Preservation Board "on hold" for an indefinite period. It was also noted that the Board of Commissioner representative to the Agricultural Preservation Board shall be responsible for recommending reactivation of preservation efforts based on the following triggers:
Funding from state, federal or other sources becomes available to the extent that a "purchase of development rights" program would be viable without local funds; and/or
Development is occurring that will lead to a substantial reduction of agricultural land.
Resolution 2013-09 (PDF), deactivating the County Agricultural Preservation Board for an indefinite period was passed by the Board of Commissioners at their May 28, 2013 meeting.
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