Richard Krapf (Stonehouse District Planning Commission Representative)
Richard Krapf is a 1972 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy. His Air Force career spanned 20 years and included assignments as a staff officer in Europe, an Associate Professor at Ohio University, and two assignments as a squadron commander. He earned a Masters of Public Administration degree from Golden Gate University, and retired from active duty as a Lieutenant Colonel. Mr. Krapf works for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Williamsburg Land Conservancy and is a founding member of Friends of Forge Road & Toano. He was appointed to the Planning Commission in February, 2007 and has completed the Virginia Planning Commissioner Certification Program. He also sits on the Policy Committee, chairs the Development Review Committee, and is a member of the Citizen Participation Team for the County’s Comprehensive Plan update. Mr. Krapf’s first term on the Planning Commission expires on 1/31/11.