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  Item No. 23.       
Meeting Date: 03/11/2021  
COMMITTEE:  
CONTACT: Sharon Coll CHAIR: N/A

ACTION REQUESTED:
Consider approval of Mayor Kintigh's recommendation to the ETZ Commission as follows: (Stubbs/Coll)
• Position 1 – Matthew Bristol
• Position 2 – Larry Connolly 
• Position 3 – Mona Kirk
BACKGROUND:
Initiated by: Term renewals
 
The Roswell-Chaves County Extraterritorial Zoning Ordinance (ETZ Ordinance) was first adopted as Ordinance Number 80-1 and became effective August 1, 1980, and has been regularly updated (Revision No. 18 effective March 10, 2020).  It is an ordinance of the elected governing bodies of the City of Roswell and Chaves County.  The ETZ Commission has seven members serving terms of one year.  Three members are appointed by the City of Roswell, three members by the Board of Chaves County Commissioners, and the seventh member, who must live in Chaves County outside of the City of Roswell and outside the limits of the ETZ, is elected by the six appointed members.

The Commission shall administer this ordinance, establish the boundaries of the zoning districts, approve requests for changes of zoning, special uses, and variances, and consider requests for proposed amendments to this ordinance.
FINANCIAL CONSIDERATION
There are no financial costs.
LEGAL REVIEW:
Vacancies on Boards are filled under Roswell City Code Sec. 2-97(b)(1): “The mayor, with the advice and the consent of the city council, shall appoint all board members".
BOARD AND COMMITTEE ACTION:
This item was not brought to a board or committee.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Consider approval of Mayor Kintigh's recommendation to the ETZ Commission.

    

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