The Zoning Board of Appeals hears all requests for variances from the Airmont Zoning Code as well as requests for special permits under those regulations. Members of the Board make on-site inspections to assist in evaluation of all applications, including issues of hardship, character of the neighborhood, change of use, etc., and follow specific guidelines in making their determinations.
The Zoning Board is comprised of the following members:
- Arthur Katz, Chairperson
- Richard Berger
- Martin Kivell
- Sheldon Mayer
- Scott Meier
- Robin Luchins, Ad Hoc
- Jacob Siminovits, Ad Hoc
- Suzanne Carley, Zoning Board Clerk
Zoning Board of Appeals meetings are generally held on the second Thursday of each month. However, dates may vary due to holiday schedules. Zoning Board meetings are also publicized on the second page of the Rockland Section of the Journal News.
All Zoning Board of Appeals meetings are open to the public and generally begin at 8pm. Residents are invited to attend. If there is a public hearing on the agenda, residents can address the board on the topic which is the subject of the public hearing.
Unless the anticipated size of the audience is expected to be larger than normal, the Zoning Board meetings location will be announced. Check with Village Hall for any changes in meeting location.