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Tuesday, May 07, 2013


The Salisbury Board of Zoning Appeals has two openings available for qualified area residents who would like to serve. The Board of Zoning Appeals is responsible for hearing applications for special exceptions to the Zoning Code, appeals of rulings of Building, Permitting and Inspections Director, and applications for non-conforming structures. The Salisbury Board of Zoning Appeals meets the 1st Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the City/County Government Building, Room 301. Applicants should have general knowledge of construction and zoning code requirements. 

If you are interested in serving on this board please submit a written description of
your qualifications to the following address: 

Office of the Mayor
125 N. Division Street, Room 304 
Salisbury. MD 21801 

All letters of interest must be received by Monday, May 20, 2013.

Contact: Office of the Mayor
(410) 548-3100



Anonymous said...

Well here is a chance for someone who is disgusted at the election of Jake Day and Ireton--these boards have an enormous amount of power--like giving exemptions to zoning laws to slumlords for example. Now is the time to step up to the plate if you really want to help your city.

Anonymous said...

Really! Does anyone with any moral fiber really want to contact Jim Ireton to be on one of his boards?

Anonymous said...

That's what I'm thinking, 634. I'm well qualified, but to work for Ireton? And have him telling me what to do? I have too much moral fiber for that. Now, if the election hadn't been rigged and our real mayor was at the helm, I'd be downtown in ten minutes!

Anonymous said...

From the looks of the list, it looks like people are quitting by the busloads! Holy crap, Batman!