Town of Haddam, CT
Middlesex County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Haddam 3-21-1963. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES

Planning and Zoning Commission — See Ch. 45, Art. II.

Zoning — See Ch. 270.

Inland wetlands and watercourses — See Ch. 301.

Subdivision regulations — See Ch. 302.

§ 175-1
Statutory authorization. 

§ 175-2
Appointment of members; length of term. 

§ 175-3
Terms of office. 

§ 175-4
Vacancies. 

Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 127 of the 1958 Revision of the General Statutes of Connecticut as amended in 1959, P.A. 613, C.G.S. §§ 8-31a through 8-37a, the Town of Haddam hereby adopts the provisions of said chapter and elects to participate in the Regional Planning Agency now existing under authority of said chapter in the Mid-State Regional Planning Agency as defined by the Connecticut Development Commission pursuant to the provisions of said chapter.

A. 

The Town of Haddam has a population of 3,422, according to the Federal Census of 1960, and shall have two representatives to the Agency.

B. 

The First Selectman shall appoint to the Agency one elector of the Town of Haddam. This appointee shall serve an initial term of one year. Thereafter, all appointees shall serve two years.

C. 

The Planning Commission of the Town of Haddam,

Editor's Note: The Planning Commission has been replaced by the Planning and Zoning Commission. See Ch. 45, Art. II.
duly constituted, shall appoint one elector to the Agency for a term of two years.

Appointees shall serve for the term of their office and until their successors shall have been appointed and shall have qualified. Appointees may be reappointed. Terms of office shall commence when the appointment is made or from the first organization meeting of the Agency, whichever is later.

Vacancies created by resignation or inability to serve shall be filled by the First Selectman for the remainder of the unexpired term. Any representative who is absent from three consecutive regular meetings of the Regional Planning Agency and any intervening duly called special meetings thereof shall be considered to have resigned from said body, except that the requirements of this section may be waived by the First Selectman for good cause.