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HIGHLAND BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
The Highland Municipal Plan Commission consists of seven members, three of whom are appointed by the Town Council and must be elected or appointed municipal officials or employees in the municipal government, as members. Four members (also called citizen members) are appointed to four-year terms by the Town Council President. No more than two of these members may be of the same political party.
The Plan Commission assists in the administration of the Planning and Zoning Law of the Town and is the body that administers the Unsafe Building Ordinance. The Plan Commission performs its planning and zoning law responsibilities by making recommendations to the legislative body concerning:
• The adoption of the comprehensive plan and amendments to the comprehensive plan.
• The adoption or text amendment of an initial zoning ordinance, a replacement zoning
ordinance and a subdivision control ordinance.
• The adoption or amendment of a PUD district ordinance as defined in I.C. 36-7-4-1503
• Zone map changes.
MEET THE COMMISSIONERS
Mario Martini -- Term expires January 2019
Thomas Vander Woude -- Term expires January 2021
Mark Kendra -- Term expires January 2020
Mark J. Schocke -- Term expires January 2018
Bernie Zemen -- Legislative appointment
Joseph Grzymski -- Legislative appointment
G. Doughlas Turich -- Legislative appointment
The Town of Highland is always looking for upstanding members of the community to serve on one of its many boards or commissions: Advistory Board of Appeals, Board of Sanitary
Commissioners, Board of Waterworks Directors, Park and Recreation Board, Redevelopment Commission, Plan Commission, Community Events Commission, Highland Main Street Commission and the Town Board of Metropolitan Police Commission.
3rd Wednesday of the month
Regular Meeting 7 p.m.
1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
Study Session 6:30 p.m.
Location: Highland Municipal Building, 3333 Ridge Road