Town of Griswold, CT
New London County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Special Town Meeting of the Town of Griswold: Art. I, 3-26-1969; Art. II, 5-21-1973. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Meetings — See Ch. 56.
Regional Council of Governments — See Ch. 78.
Zoning Board of Appeals — See Ch. 115.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 223.
Zoning — See Ch. 224.
Planning and Zoning Commission Bylaws — See Ch. 232.
[Adopted 3-26-1969 STM]
The provisions of Chapter 126 (Planning) of the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut (Revision of 1958), as amended, are hereby adopted by the Town of Griswold.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Connecticut General Statutes Section 8-18 et seq.
There shall be a Planning Commission of the Town of Griswold to consist of five members who shall be electors of the Town of Griswold.
The initial membership of the Commission shall be appointed by the Selectmen of the Town of Griswold so that the terms of office of two of its members shall expire on the date of the biennial election for the Town of Griswold in November 1969, and the terms of office of two of its members shall expire on the date of the biennial election for the Town of Griswold in November 1971, and the term of office for the remaining member shall expire on the date of the biennial election for the Town of Griswold in November 1973. Thereafter, as the term of each member of the Planning Commission expires, the successor or successors shall be elected at the biennial election of the Town of Griswold to serve for a term of six years.
[Added 3-26-1973 STM]
A. 
There shall be three alternate members in addition to the five regular members of the Planning Commission of the Town of Griswold. All members shall be electors of the Town of Griswold.
B. 
Initially, alternate membership on the Commission shall be by appointment by the Selectmen of the Town of Griswold. Original membership for alternates shall expire on the date of the biennial election for the Town of Griswold in November 1973. At that time and at subsequent biennial elections, alternates shall be elected by the voters of the Town of Griswold to serve for terms of two years.
C. 
Such alternate members shall have all of the powers of regular Commission members when properly seated.
In the event that any member of the Planning Commission shall cease to be a resident of the Town of Griswold, his office shall be deemed vacant.
[Adopted 5-21-1973 STM]
The provisions of Chapter 124 (Zoning) of the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut (Revision of 1958), as amended, are hereby adopted by the Town of Griswold.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Connecticut General Statutes Section 8-1 et seq.
In accordance with Section 8-4A of the Connecticut General Statutes, the five-member Planning Commission and its three alternate members shall be designated as the "Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town of Griswold." The terms of office shall be in accordance with Article I of this chapter.