What does public hearing sign look like and what does it do?
The ‘big Z’ signs you see help alert the public that something may be changing about the assigned site that does not fall within the existing allowed uses. If you see a sign like this, you can get some very important information from it: What property is affected, what zoning change is happening, and when the public hearing is taking place. The public hearing gives you and your neighbors a voice in the decision-making process, whether for or against. If, after reading the sign, you are still unsure what is happening, please feel free to call our staff.

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1. What do I do if I have a question or information request?
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3. How can I find agendas and minutes from Board meetings and public hearings?
4. Are there are entities that can impact a decision on zoning for my site?
5. How can I find more information on regulations affecting the Historic District?
6. What is the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO)?
7. What is the difference between the UDO and the Code of Ordinances?
8. How can I find out more information about the UDO?
9. How can I find out about zoning?
10. What are the rules about signage?
11. How do I find out if my land is affected by endangered species or conservation regulations?
12. When are public hearings and how can I participate?
13. What does public hearing sign look like and what does it do?
14. What does the Planning Board do and how I can participate?
15. What is the Technical Review Committee?