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Board of Zoning Appeals

The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) is a quasi-judicial board whose decisions may be disputed by the losing party via judicial review; neither the Advisory Plan Commission nor the county executive has the authority to review such decisions. The BZA is responsible for adjudicating the following:

  • Disputes over the interpretation of land-use ordinances
  • Special-exception requests
  • Contingent/conditional uses
  • Variances
  • Administrative appeals

The BZA meets at 6:00p.m. ET on the fourth Monday of each odd-numbered month (on Tuesday if a holiday falls on the fourth Monday), in the Commissioners’ Room in the Courthouse. Public hearings may be scheduled, as needed, for the same time on the fourth Monday of even-numbered months.

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BZA Members
IC 36-7-4-902(a) establishes the required composition of the BZA.

Officers
President: Rick Stone, County Commissioners’ Plan Commission appointee*
Vice-President: Pam Chumley, County Council’s citizen-member appointee
Executive Secretary: Matt Kelsey, County Commissioners’ citizen-member appointee

Members
Phil Woolery, Plan Commission’s appointee
Derrick Stalbaum, County Commissioners’ citizen-member appointee*
*Member, BZA Rules Committee

Staff
Doug Hoover, Plan Administrator
Chance Blankenship, Administrative Secretary

Advisory
Nathan P. Origer, Ex. Dir., PCCDC
Kevin Tankersley, BZA Attorney

Alternate BZA membersVariance/Special Exception Application
Planning/Zoning fees
View the BZA Rules of Procedure.
View the 2017 BZA meeting schedule and minutes.

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