Frequently Asked Questions - Zoning Board of Appeals

FAQs - Zoning Board of Appeals

Yes, variances are required anytime someone wants to construct/install a structure/pool, etc., closer to a neighboring property line than Code allows.

Zoning Board of Appeals approvals expire in one year. If a building permit is issued in that time period, the expiration date of the building permit takes precedence.

Any applications brought before the Zoning Board of Appeals must have a public hearing. The ZBA will review and accept an application at its initial meeting and set a public hearing for the next month's meeting at which time a public hearing will be held and a decision rendered. The Planning Board will hold a public hearing on all required actions once an application is deemed to be complete. The Planning Board does have the authority to waive public hearings in certain cases.

Upcoming Town Board Meetings

Thu Sep 07 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Agenda Meeting
Thu Sep 14 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Regular Meeting
Thu Oct 05 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Agenda Meeting
Thu Oct 12 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Regular Meeting

Upcoming Events

Tue Aug 29 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting
Tue Sep 05 @ 7:30PM -
Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
Thu Sep 07 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Agenda Meeting

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