Communications Commission Coordinates Requests for Cable Service
Do you live in a community that it not currently served by cable? The Loudoun County Communications Commission may be able to help you obtain service.
Board Approves New By-Laws for Communications Commission
The Board of Supervisors approved revised by-laws for the Loudoun County Communications Commission in June 2013. The by-laws are online
- 7:00 pm
- Second Wednesday of each month
- Purcellville Room, Loudoun County Government Center
Minutes are available following approval.
There are 10 members appointed by the Board of Supervisors
General Purpose and Background
| Tom Seeman, Leesburg District, Chair
|| Maureen Foley, Broad Run District
| Jim Botteicher, Dulles District, Vice-Chair
| Timothy Dennis, Catoctin District
| Ward Fetrow, Algonkian District
| Candace Strother, Sterling District
| John Footen, Ashburn District
| Rich Biby, At-Large
| Mark Foster, Blue Ridge District
| Denver Peschken, Public Schools Representative
The Communications Commission, formerly the Cable and Open Video Systems Commission, was formed to advise the Board of Supervisors on issues pertaining to the county's cable TV operations. Associated with this activity is the implementation of the Cable Television Act of 1992. In November 2005, the Board adopted new by-laws which expanded the scope of the commission to include Open Video System (OVS) service providers. In March 2012, the Board changed the name of the Cable and Open Video Systems Commission to the Communications Commission and expanded the scope of the commission to include broadband issues.
The staff contact for the Communications Commission is Shelly Morris-Hart, Communications Engineer with the Department of Information Technology
. Ph: 703-777-0199 or
. To contact the Commission, as a whole, please email