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Pulaski seeks residents willing to serve on BZA

The Town of Pulaski is looking for residents to serve on its Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA).
The five-member board currently has three full-time vacancies. Plus, there are two seats for alternate members that are empty.
State law requires all localities with zoning ordinances to have a BZA, said Assistant Town Manager David Quesenberry.
The boards consist of either five or seven residents of the locality it represents.
Members are not allowed to hold any other public office, with the exception of one member, who may be on the locality’s planning commission.
Terms are for five years.
Pulaski’s BZA hears and decides appeals of decisions made by an administrative officer or the zoning administrator, authorizes variances from zoning requirements that pose undue hardship on the property owner, and hears and decides zoning district map interpretations.
BZA members must be residents of the town. The Pulaski Town Council usually nominates persons to serve, and the nominees are then formally appointed by the Circuit Court.
Anyone interested in serving is asked to call Quesenberry at 994-8602.
You may contact Melinda Williams at melinda@southwesttimes.com

Pulaski seeks residents willing to serve on BZA

The Town of Pulaski is looking for residents to serve on its Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA).
The five-member board currently has three full-time vacancies. Plus, there are two seats for alternate members that are empty.
State law requires all localities with zoning ordinances to have a BZA, said Assistant Town Manager David Quesenberry.
The boards consist of either five or seven residents of the locality it represents.
Members are not allowed to hold any other public office, with the exception of one member, who may be on the locality’s planning commission.
Terms are for five years.
Pulaski’s BZA hears and decides appeals of decisions made by an administrative officer or the zoning administrator, authorizes variances from zoning requirements that pose undue hardship on the property owner, and hears and decides zoning district map interpretations.
BZA members must be residents of the town. The Pulaski Town Council usually nominates persons to serve, and the nominees are then formally appointed by the Circuit Court.
Anyone interested in serving is asked to call Quesenberry at 994-8602.
You may contact Melinda Williams at melinda@southwesttimes.com