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Board of Aldermen 

Mayor & Aldermen | Scheduled Meetings | Agendas & Minutes

The Board of Aldermen, as the governing body of the City, has the authority to give final approval to most development applications. The Board holds public hearings and makes the final decision on Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Zoning & Subdivision Text Amendments, Rezonings, Conceptual Development Plans, Planned Developments (PD), Conditional Use Permits, and Final Plat. The Board holds its business meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at City Hall. 

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Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)

 Commissioners | Schedule | Agendas | Minutes

The Historic Preservation Commission is the body charged with preserving the City’s historically and architecturally significant buildings and neighborhoods. The Commission takes action on Certificates of Appropriateness and Certificates of Economic Hardship. The Historic Preservation Commission meets on the second Wednesday of the month at City Hall.

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Planning Commission (PC)

 Commissioners | Schedule | Agendas | Minutes

The Planning Commission is appointed by the Board of Aldermen. The Planning Commission reviews most of the development applications submitted to the City, holds public hearings, and makes a recommendation for approval or denial to the Board of Aldermen. The Commission takes final action on preliminary plats. The Planning Commission meets on the first Wednesday of the month at City Hall.

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Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission

Commissioners | Agendas | Minutes

The City has a Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Commission that serves as an advisory board to the Grandview Board of Aldermen. Meetings are held on an as-needed basis when action is required by this Commission. TIF is a financial tool used to capture the increase in property taxes and sales taxes created from new construction. Up to 100% of the increase in property taxes and 50% of the increase in local sales taxes (the “increment”) following completion of a development can be captured within the TIF project area. The property tax and sales tax increment may then be used to reimburse a private developer for eligible expenses or to repay principal and interest on bonds used to finance the eligible expenses for a maximum of 23 years.

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Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA)

Members |Schedule  Agendas | Minutes

The Zoning Board of Adjustment is appointed by the Board of Aldermen. The Zoning Board of Adjustment considers appeals of staff decisions, requests for variances from conditional use requirements or from the zoning ordinance, and applications regarding changes or extensions of legal nonconformities. The Zoning Board of Adjustment meets on an as-needed basis.

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