[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Mansfield at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
Conservation Commission — See Ch. 11.
Code of Ethics — See Ch. 25.
Historic Districts — See Ch. 31.
Housing Partnership — See Ch. 34.
Inland Wetlands Agency — See Ch. 40.
Regional Planning Agency — See Ch. 82.
Zoning Board of Appeals — See Ch. 94.
Building construction — See Ch. 107.
Public improvements — See Ch. 143.
Scenic roads — See Ch. 155.
Sewers and water — See Ch. 159.
Storage tanks — See Ch. 163.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 166.
Committees, boards and authorities — See Ch. A192.
Pursuant to § C202 of the Charter of the Town of Mansfield, there shall be a Planning and Zoning Commission of nine (9) members who shall be elected to serve for terms of six (6) years each. Vacancies shall be filled by the Planning and Zoning Commission pursuant to § C206 of the Town Charter.
Pursuant to § C202 of the Town Charter, there shall be three (3) alternate members of the Planning and Zoning Commission who shall be elected to serve for terms of two (2) years each. The alternate members shall serve, in all respects, pursuant to the provisions of Sections 8-1b, 8-19a and 22a-42 of the Connecticut General Statutes. If a regular member of the Commission is absent or disqualified, the Chairperson shall designate an alternate to act, choosing alternates in alphabetical rotation so that they act as nearly equal a number of times as possible. Vacancies in the office of alternate shall be filled by the Planning and Zoning Commission pursuant to § C206 of the Town Charter.
The Planning and Zoning Commission shall have all the powers and duties granted by Title 8 of the Connecticut General Statutes and, in addition, shall serve as the Inland Wetlands Agency of the Town of Mansfield.
Any member of the Commission who is absent from three (3) consecutive regular meetings and any intervening duly called special meetings shall be considered to have resigned from the Commission, and the vacancy shall be filled as provided by § C206 of the Town Charter, except that the Commission may vote to waive the requirements of this section in each case where illness or other extenuating circumstances make it impossible to meet the attendance requirements of this section.