Village of Wesley Hills, NY
Rockland County
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[Adopted 6-4-1994 by L.L. No. 1-1994]
A. 
Each member of the Planning Board of the Village of Wesley Hills shall be required to attend meetings of the Planning Board on a regular basis. In the event that any member of the Planning Board shall fail to attend three consecutive meetings of such Board or shall fail to attend any four meetings out of the previous 12 meetings of such Board, such member shall be deemed to have failed to comply with such minimum attendance requirement, unless such absences are excused by the Chairman of the Planning Board in his or her discretion for good and sufficient cause.
B. 
It shall be the duty of the Chairman of the Planning Board to notify the Board of Trustees whenever a member of the Planning Board shall have failed to satisfy the minimum attendance requirement set forth in Subsection A hereinabove.
A. 
Each member of the Board of Appeals of the Village of Wesley Hills shall be required to attend meetings of the Board of Appeals on a regular basis. In the event that any member of the Board of Appeals shall fail to attend three consecutive meetings of such Board or shall fail to attend any four meetings out of the previous 12 meetings of such Board, such member shall be deemed to have failed to comply with such minimum attendance requirement, unless such absences are excused by the Chairman of the Board of Appeals in his or her discretion for good and sufficient cause.
B. 
It shall be the duty of the Chairman of the Board of Appeals to notify the Board of Trustees whenever a member of the Board of Appeals shall have failed to satisfy the minimum attendance requirement set forth in Subsection A hereinabove.
Whenever the Board of Trustees is notified by the appropriate Board Chairman that a member of the Planning Board or the Board of Appeals has failed to satisfy the minimum attendance requirement, the Board of Trustees shall hold a public hearing, on not less than 10 days' public notice, to determine whether such member has failed to satisfy the minimum attendance requirement. Notice of such hearing shall be given to such Board member by certified mail at least 10 days prior to such hearing.
If, after such hearing, the Board of Trustees determines that such member of the Planning Board or the Board of Appeals, as the case may be, has failed to satisfy the minimum attendance requirement, it shall be the duty of the Mayor to remove such Board member from his or her respective Board forthwith.