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Village of Wolcott, NY
Wayne County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Wolcott 4-11-2001 by L.L. No. 1-2001. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Zoning — See Ch. 160.
Pursuant to Article 7 of the Village Law, § 7-718, the Village Board of the incorporated Village of Wolcott does hereby establish a Village Planning Board, consisting of seven members.
A. 
The first appointments of members thereto shall be for terms so fixed that at least one will expire at the end of each official year commencing at the end of the current such year and continuing in succeeding years until the entire original appointments run out. At the expiration of each original appointment the succeeding member shall be appointed for a five-year term. No such term shall exceed five years.
B. 
Position established for alternate members. The position of alternate member(s) of the Planning Board of the Village of Wolcott is hereby established. The Village Board is authorized to appoint up to three alternate members.
(1) 
Terms. All alternate members of the Planning Board of the Village of Wolcott shall be appointed for a one-year term and in the same manner as regularly appointed members of the Planning Board.
(2) 
Duties. Alternate members shall serve in the absence, unavailability or inability of a regular member of the Planning Board to serve. Copies of notices shall be sent to all members. When a meeting of the Planning Board shall be duly noticed and called for discussion, if it shall become apparent that a regular member of the Planning Board will be unable to hear and deliberate upon an application, then an alternate member of the Planning Board, at the call of the Chairman of said Board or, if absent, then the present members of the Board, shall be duly authorized to hear the application, to deliberate and to vote with full force and effect as if duly appointed a regular member of the Board.