Winooski Development Review Board

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The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed basis) at Winooski City Hall. To learn more about Winooski's Development Review Board and to view their agendas and minutes, visit https://winooskivt.gov

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-11-12
Format: 2019-11-12
Winooski Development Review Board Special Meeting - 11/05/2019
The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed...
Winooski Development Review Board - 10/17/2019
The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed...
Winooski Development Review Board - 09/19/2019
The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed...
Winooski Development Review Board - 07/18/2019
The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed...
Winooski Development Review Board - 06/19/2019
The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed...
Winooski Development Review Board - 02/15/2018
The City of Winooski Development Review Board is a quasi-judicial volunteer resident board that upholds the standards and procedures defined in the Winooski Zoning Ordinance. Their Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month (on an as-needed...
Winooski Development Review Board - 01/18/2018
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 12/14/2017
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 11/09/2017
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 02/16/2017
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 12/15/2016
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 10/20/2016
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 09/15/2016
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 08/18/2016
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.
Winooski Development Review Board - 07/21/2016
The five member Winooski Development Review Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on proposed development within the City of Winooski.

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