The VILLAGE BOARD has six Trustees and a Board President. They are elected for staggered three-year terms and set policy for the Village. Regular Village Board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
The BOARD OF APPEALS consists of five regular members who hear cases of persons appealing decisions of administrative officers, boards or commissions in the Village, such as building permits denied by the Building Inspector or items denied by the Plan Commission. The Board of Appeals does not have a regular meeting date, but meets when an appeal is filed. Two alternates are appointed to the Board.
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The BOARD OF HEALTH meets when a health-related matter needs to be addressed. It is made up of five physicians. The Village is a member of the North Shore Health Department.
The BOARD OF REVIEW has five regular members and meets to hear testimony regarding objections to assessments. They reach decisions based on oral testimony. They meet after the assessment roll is completed, usually in June. Four alternates are appointed by the Board.
The PLAN COMMISSION has nine members including the Village Engineer. They address issues relating to planning and zoning matters and to make recommendations to the Village Board. If there is an agenda item, the Commission will meet on the second Monday of the month.
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