Zoning Boards of Appeals
The purpose of the Zoning Board of Appeals is to grant special use permits and area-bulk variances where warranted, and to decide any appeal involving the interpretation of the Zoning Code by any administrative officials. The Zoning Board of Appeals also makes recommendations to the City Council on ordinances and Zoning Code amendments. The seven member board serves five-year staggered terms.
The Zoning Board of Appeals normally meets the third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm. Meetings are held in the Council Chambers of City Hall at 100 West Fourth Street. 2017 Meeting Schedule.
Lt. Col. William Boothman
The purpose of the Planning Commission is to prepare and recommend a comprehensive plan for the development of the City to the City Council. The Planning Commission also makes recommendations to the Zoning Board of Appeals on special use permits and to the City Council on ordinances, code amendments, plans, and data relative to public improvements. The seven members serve three-year staggered terms.
The Planning Commission normally meets on the second Monday of each month at 7:30 pm. Meetings are held in the Council Chambers of City Hall at 100 West Fourth Street. 2017 Meeting Schedule.
Nathan Rau, Chairman
Building & Property Maintenance Board of Appeals
The purpose of the Building & Property Maintenance Board of Appeals is to decide any appeal involving the interpretation of the Property Maintenance Code by any administrative officials. Members serve two-year staggered terms.
Roger Osterhage, Chairman
Board of Police Commissioners
The Board is responsible for testing, appointing, promoting, disciplining, suspending, and discharging Police Department sworn personnel, except for the Police Chief. The Board also conducts hearings on charges brought against a member of the police department, except for the Police Chief. The three-member board serves three-year staggered terms and meet as needed.
Police Pension Board
The Board manages the assets of the fund, accepts new members into the fund and approves regular and disability pensions. The five-member Board of Trustees includes two members appointed by City Council, as well as two active police force personnel and one current beneficiary of the Police Pension Fund who are elected by their peers. Trustees meets quarterly at City Hall. 2017 Meeting Schedule.
Elected by Retirees
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The Board of Library Trustees carries out the duties of supporting and maintaining a public library for our community. Trustees serve three-year staggered terms and meet monthly at Morrison-Talbott Library, located at 215 Park Street.
The Cemetery Board of Trustees carries out the duties of supporting and maintaining the City cemetery. Trustees serve three-year staggered terms and meet quarterly or as needed. 2017 Meeting Schedule.
Dan Kennedy, Sec/Treasurer