The Zoning Board of Appeals is the township body that was created through the authority of the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act to hear and decide on matters as specifically authorized in the township zoning ordinance.
The Zoning Board of Appeals can grant relief to applicants from certain regulations of the zoning ordinance so long as it is done in such a way that the objectives of the ordinance are attained, the public health, welfare, and safety are secured, and substantial justice is done.
Agendas, Packets & Minutes
All agendas are subject to revision at the time of the meeting. Meeting notices will be posted in compliance with PA 267 of 1976 as amended (Open Meetings Act), MCLA 41.72a (2) (3), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Consistent with the Open Meetings Act; Zoning Board of Appeals meetings are currently being held electronically to comply with Health Department orders and guidance, and to reduce the risk of spreading disease at a live meeting.