Last month, Huntersville Town Commissioners approved bylaws establishing a Land Development Ordinances Advisory Board. This advisory board is established to:
A) Review, evaluate and recommend amendments to the Zoning & Subdivision Ordinances to the Town of Huntersville Planning Board and the Town of Huntersville Board of Commissioners. B) Review, evaluate and recommend amendments to Town planning processes and procedures to the Planning Board and Town Board. C) Other such related Zoning & Subdivision Ordinances as directed from the Town Board or Planning Board.
In addition to the duties and responsibilities prescribed above, the Advisory Board shall:
A) Exercise such additional functions as the Town Board may direct; B) Keep the Town Board and the general public informed and advised as to matters within their duties and responsibilities; and, C) Review the towns Zoning & Subdivision Ordinances and concerns from residents and developers.
Applications are currently being sought to appoint six (6) at-large members who live, work or own a business or property within the corporate limits or ETJ of the Town of Huntersville. The Board’s goal is to begin meeting in March.
Commissioner Dan Boone was selected Chairman of the Land Development Ordinance Advisory Board Chairman at its January 4, 2016 meeting. Non-voting members include Planning Director Jack Simoneau, Planning Executive Assistant Michelle Haines and Town Attorney Bob Blythe.
(Source: Town of Huntersville)