BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS
The five (5)-member Board is appointed by the Judges of the Circuit Court for five (5) year terms of office. The Board is a quasi-judicial body established under State Law to provide relief to special cases where the exact application of the terms of the Zoning Ordinance may be unduly restrictive and cause a hardship. The basic powers of the Board are Zoning Administrator or an administrative official in enforcing or administering the Zoning Ordinance. Appointments to this board are made by the Circuit Court Judge, with recommendation by the City Council. When the Council has identified a candidate for the Board, that name must be submitted to the Circuit Court Judge for appointment. The Asst. City Manager must be notified when a candidate is suggested, so that the appointment may be followed up, and the necessary materials may be provided to the candidate once an appointment is made. Meeting Time and Place: Meets 3rd Wednesday, 7:30 PM; City Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 300 N. Main St., Hopewell. Staffed by the Department of Development.
|Christine M. Duclos||04/31/21|
|Henry A. Wilde||10/31/20|
BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT APPOINTED – 5-YEAR TERM (2 vacancies)