The preliminary review is the first of the two required meetings. The zoning board will review the applicant's application and make any changes suggestions or states any concerns that should be addressed before the public hearing.
The public hearing is the second of the two meetings. During the public hearing the surrounding neighbors who received the public notice will attend this meeting and state any concerns they may have about the project on the agenda. The applicant must bring proof of mailing to this meeting; the board will listen to public concerns and make final decision.
The assessor's office will contact the applicant a few days after the preliminary review to notify them that there labels are ready to be picked up.
After a variance is approved it is valid for six months. If for any reason the project was unable to be completed or progress was unable to be made from time of variance approval. The applicant may apply for a six months extension.
You can stop in the main office and fill out a contract and put down a deposit or visit the the link below and download the contract, fill it out completely and bring in with a deposit.
You may pay by cash, check or money order.
One month before the date of the event along with a "Certificate of Liability"
Through your homeowners insurance or you will have to buy it from Insurance Company.
Tee times are always recommended but not required. A tee time shall a allow you to get out at a time you desire.