(1)   Establishment and Purposes. There is hereby established an Advisory Plans Examiner Board (APAB) which shall make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on the general operations of the program, on the qualification of plans examiners and plans reviewer specialists who may participate in the expedited processing procedure, on initial and continuing educational programs needed to qualify and maintain qualifications for such a program. In addition, the APEB shall submit recommendations to the Board of Supervisors as to those persons who meet the established qualifications for participation in the program, and the APEB shall submit recommendations to the Board of Supervisors as to whether those persons who have previously qualified to participate in the program shall be disqualified, suspended or otherwise disciplined for failure to continue to meet the qualifications set out in Sections 1246.02(2)(d) and (e) and 1246.02(3)(d) and (e).
   (2)   Membership and Terms of Office. The Advisory Plans Examiner Board (APEB) shall consist of three persons in private practice certified as licensed professional engineers or land surveyors pursuant to Virginia Code Section 54.1-408, at least one of whom shall be a certified land surveyor; one person employed by the County; one person employed by the Virginia Department of Transportation who shall serve as a nonvoting advisory member; and one citizen member. All members of the Board who serve as licensed engineers or surveyors must maintain their professional license as a condition of holding office and all such persons shall have at least two years of experience in land development procedures of the County. The citizen of the Board shall meet the qualifications provided in Virginia Code Section 54.1-107; provided such member, notwithstanding the proscription of paragraph (I) of that section, shall have training as an engineer or surveyor and may be currently licensed, certified or practicing his profession. The members of the APEB shall be appointed by the Board of Supervisors for staggered four-year terms. The Loudoun County Sanitation Authority will be advised of all meetings of the APEB and will be asked to have a representative in attendance at all such meetings.
(Ord. 00-04. Passed 4-29-00.)