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Planning Commission

The Planning Commission (formerly the Zoning Advisory Board (ZAB)) is responsible for reviewing applications for change in the land use and other items as required by the respective ordinances.  The Planning Commission as a whole makes recommendations on zoning changes to the Mayor and Council who make the final decision to approve or deny an applicant’s request during a public hearing on the proposal.  The Planning Commission is comprised of six (6) members who are appointed by the City Council.

Board members must reside within the city limits of Stockbridge; be a resident of the United States; be at least 18 years of age; have a high school education or the equivalent; have no felony conviction or be judicially determined to be mentally incompetent (unless disability has been removed).  Appointees cannot hold any other public office or position with the City. 

Stockbridge Planning Commission is responsible for reviewing applications for change in the land use and other items as required by the respective ordinances.  The Planning Commission as a whole makes recommendations on zoning changes to the Mayor and Council who make the final decision to approve or deny an applicant’s request during a public hearing on the proposal.  The Planning Commission is comprised of six (6) members who are appointed by the City Council. Meetings are scheduled for the 4th Thursday of each month, although a called meeting may take place in rare circumstances.

Members are: Askia Abdullah
Stanley Dumas
Kathleen Nelson  
Harold Thibodeaux 
Shirley Wallace
        Lawrence Wilbon



    Meeting Dates

    01/17/2019

    02/21/2019

    03/21/2019

    04/25/2019

    05/23/2019

    06/27/2019

    07/25/2019

    08/22/2019

    09/26/2019

    10/24/2019

    11/25/2019

    01/09/2020

     

     
     
     
     

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