If your Zoning Application is denied, you have the right to appeal. If you are a party that is aggrieved by a decision that was made on someone else’s Zoning Application, you ALSO have the right to appeal. Finally, if you believe the Zoning Enforcement Officer made an error in enforcing the regulations, you may file an appeal.
Note: The appeal process involves a public hearing, public notification (letters and a sign), and applicable fees. The process takes approximately 1.5 to 3 months. There is no guarantee that the appeal will be approved, nor does it guarantee that enforcement measures will cease in the interim.
Administrative appeals are heard by the Zoning Board of Appeals.