Zoning Board of Appeals Applications:
The Process For Requesting Variances From the Zoning Ordinance Requirements
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From time to time, the Zoning Ordinance as applied to a particular situation may disallow or require certain building and/or construction requirements or limitations.
Or, the interpretation of the Zoning Ordinance requirements by the Planning & Zoning Administrator may be in conflict with an interpretation that a land use permit applicant holds.
For these and other similar types of situations, the Zoning Board of Appeals is the first-stop on the appeals process.
The ZBA meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Township Hall Board Room.
Typlcally, all paperwork and fees for an appeal must be turned in to the Planning & Zoning Administration office four (4) weeks prior to a schedule ZBA meeting for the appeal to be placed on an agenda for the next month.
For exact details on the requirements for filing an appeal, contact the Planning & Zoning Administration.
Still have questions? Contact Scott Pacheco, Planning & Zoning Administrator, at 810-231-1000 Ext. 221.
Updated February 16, 2017