Milton Development Review Board meetings are being held both in person and virtually using Zoom at this time. Zoom is free to the public and does not require registration or log-in. Public comment at meetings and public hearings held by the commission is welcomes and encourages using the following methods:
Call-in to the meeting: Dial 1-646-558-8656, and enter Meeting ID and Passcode.
Email public testimony prior to the meeting or hearing to Richard Saunders, Development Review Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Wi-Fi (no password needed) is available from the parking lot of the Milton Public Library at 39 Bombardier Road, Milton, VT 05468.
Request the Agenda Packet for the meeting by emailing Cally Audet, Administrative Assistant at email@example.com.
Agendas & Minutes
The Friday before a Development Review Board (DRB) meeting, Planning Staff assembles the DRB’s meeting materials. This includes the:
Draft minutes from the previous meeting
Decisions to be signed
Relevant memos from staff
We value transparency and make this available to the public on the Town’s website. It can also be viewed in the Planning Office.
The Development Review Board (DRB) conducts public hearings and renders decisions on development applications subject to the Zoning and Subdivision Regulations. The Development Review Board fulfills the statutory role of an “appropriate municipal panel” as defined by the State’s Planning Statute in 24 VSA 117. The Board is compromised of resident volunteers appointed by the Selectboard according to the Town’s Charter. The DRB’s composition, responsibilities and conduct are defined in the Town’s Administrative Code (Sub-Chapter 32 (PDF)) and further defined in DRB Bylaws (PDF).
Please note that the public may not speak with a DRB member about the substantive content of a pending application outside of a hearing. Off-the-record (ex parte) communication is prohibited, because it is an opportunity for one party to influence a decision maker outside the presence of other parties. When rights are at stake, this is a violation of due process, protected by the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
If you would like to inquire about the status of an application or are interested in serving on the DRB, please contact the Planning and Zoning Department at 802-893-1186 or email the Director of Planning and Zoning.