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Pomfret/Fredonia Steering Committee
The Town of Pomfret and Village of Fredonia are seeking volunteers to serve on a steering committee to assist with the updating of their Comprehensive Plans. Community input is crucial to the project, and we are seeking a dedicated group of residents with varied life experiences to give us as much input as we can get. Are you willing to share your thoughts and ideas to help guide a process that will lead to a better community for us? Steering Committee Members will be expected to commit to regular meetings (estimated to be every 6-8 weeks) over a two (2) year period. Interested? Please complete the application form and mail to:
Steering Committee Application Planning Board Town of Pomfret 9 Day Street Fredonia, NY 14063"
David Fridmann-Chairman Robert Reuther Michaelene Comerford Matthew Estep Raymond Lewandowski Ruth Eckstrom
-The Zoning Board of Appeals shall act in strict accordance with procedures specified by Law and the Town of Pomfret Zoning Law. The major duties of the Board shall be to hear and decide on variance requests as well as interpret the meaning of the Town Zoning Law as requested. Additionally, they shall hear requests for selected Special Use Permits when a Variance (Use or Area) is also requested.
Pomfret Planning Board
James Joy-Chairman Rob Smith Heather Lesch Janet Szymanski Travis Eckstrom
-The Town Planning Board shall have the following duties with respect to the Town of Pomfret Zoning Law: A: Recommendations 1. Optional Recommendations - The Town Planning Board shall submit reports within thirty (30) days after referral on any "optional" matter referred to it, with respect to the Town of Pomfret Zoning Law. 2. Mandatory Recommendations - The Town Planning Board shall submit recommendations to the appropriate Board on all applications for: a. all Special Use Permits under the jurisdiction of the Municipal Board; b. any Special Use Permits which the Zoning Board of Appeals chooses to refer to the Planning Board; and c. Zoning Amendments B. Review of the Zoning Law - To review the Zoning Laws at least every five (5) years and make written recommendations for amendments, should they be necessary.