The Land Acquisition Management Board (LAMP) established by Ordinance 2021-38 serves as an advisory board to the Board of County Commissioners on issues involving the acquisition, conservation and management of Environmentally Sensitive Lands, Archaeological Sites, Historic Sites, recreational lands, and Aquifer Recharge Areas.
The LAMP Board is comprised of nine members, one member chosen by each County Commissioner with the member residing in the district of the Commissioner that chooses that member and the balance chosen and appointed by the Commission as a whole.
Members of the LAMP Conservation Board shall have experience or expertise in one or more of the following areas and at least five of these areas shall be represented at all times: agriculture, archaeology, business/finance, eco-tourism, engineering, environmental, history, parks, planning, real estate, recreation, soil/hydrologic or natural sciences such as: biology, botany, geology, zoology.
LAMP Members must be registered voters of St. Johns County and are required to file financial disclosure. The LAMP Conservation Board shall meet at least quarterly.