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Loudoun County Names New Zoning Administrator

© Leesburg Today - 07/31/2015

Mark Stultz has been named Loudoun's zoning administrator, the county government announced this week.

Stultz, who has been serving as interim zoning administrator since December, began working for Loudoun in 1995 as a planner in the Zoning Administration Division and was appointed deputy zoning administrator in 1999. He has led efforts on a number of amendments to the county Zoning Ordinance that aimed to implement the local government's planning and economic development initiatives.

""I believe that Mark's significant experience and skills in zoning, along with his good working relationships with staff and our customers, make him the best person for this key position,"" Department of Planning and Zoning Director Ricky Barker said in a prepared statement. ""His main responsibility will be to efficiently and effectively manage and administer our zoning ordinances to serve the county's goals and objectives.""

Stultz has a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture from Virginia Tech and a graduate certificate in public management from Shenandoah University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, Virginia Association of Zoning Officials and American Planning Association.

For more information about zoning, see loudoun.gov/zoning.

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