The Planning Commission meets monthly in City Hall Council Chambers on the last Wednesday @ 6:00 pm. If on a holiday, the meeting will be on the following Thursday.
The Planning Commission consists of five residents appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the city council. Terms are six years. The commission was created in 1955. It is responsible for the city's comprehensive plan, development regulations and land subdivisions. In most cases its actions are recommendations to the city council which renders the final decision.
The Planning Commission is an advisory body to the city council and reviews conditional use permits, variances, subdivisions and other land use applications assigned to it. The commission also reviews proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and the development regulations which implement the plan including the zoning, environmental, and subdivision chapters in the Millwood Municipal Code.
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