Who can participate in a hearing?

Please note that only certain people can participate in a Development Review Board (DRB) hearing. Unlike other public meetings, the DRB is not required by law to allow general public input (1VSA312(h)) during a hearing. Only those individuals with “interested person status,” as defined in 24 VSA 117§4465(b), may participate in hearings. Adjoining property owners are always considered interested persons, and receive notification of the hearing by mail. If you require a reasonable accommodation according to the ADA in order to be able to participate, please notify the Planning and Economic Development Office or Town Manager’s Office.

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1. What is development review?
2. Which applications require development review?
3. Who does development review?
4. What are the regulations?
5. What is at the discretion of the Development Review Board?
6. What is the process?
7. Does Milton do a pre-application consultation?
8. How do I submit an application and what does it cost?
9. How long does it take?
10. Who can participate in a hearing?
11. Where can I see the details of a proposal?
12. Do I need to sign in?
13. How does the Development Review Board conduct the hearing?
14. How does the Development Review Board vote?
15. How are decisions issued?
16. What are the public notification requirements?