[CC 1984 §6.090]
The Planning Commission of the City of Weatherby Lake shall consist of not more than fifteen (15) nor less than seven (7) members, including the Mayor, if the Mayor chooses to be a member; a member of the Board of Alderpersons selected by the Board, if the Board chooses to have a member serve on the Commission; and not more than fifteen (15) nor less than five (5) citizens appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Board. All citizen members of the Commission shall serve without compensation. The term of each of the citizen members shall be for four (4) years, except that the terms of the citizen members first (1st) appointed may be for varying periods so that succeeding terms will be staggered. Any vacancy in membership shall be filled for the unexpired term by appointment by the Mayor and approval by the Board of Alderpersons. The Board may remove any citizen member for cause stated in writing and after public hearing.
[CC 1984 §6.100]
The Planning Commission shall recommend the boundaries of the zoning districts and appropriate regulations to be enforced therein. The Commission shall make a preliminary report and hold public hearings thereon before submitting its final report and the Board of Alderpersons shall not hold its public hearings or take action until it has received the final report of the Planning Commission. The Commission shall also consider and recommend proposed amendments to this Zoning Code under the provisions of Section 400.030 of this Code.
[CC 1984 §6.102]
This Zoning Code shall be subject to amendment by the Board of Alderpersons upon recommendation of the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission shall consider amendments proposed by written application from any interested person or organization, including any elected or appointed officials of the City of Weatherby Lake, Missouri.
[CC 1984 §6.104]
The Planning Commission shall hold at least one (1) public hearing on such application after giving at least fifteen (15) days' notice of the time and place of said hearing, which notice shall be published in at least one (1) newspaper having general circulation within the City. In addition, a written courtesy notice shall be mailed to property owners within one hundred eighty-five (185) feet of the property affected by such amendment. Failure to receive such written notice shall not affect the validity of any amendment.
The public hearing shall be conducted and a record of the proceedings made in accordance with the rules of the Planning Commission. All parties in interest and citizens shall have an opportunity to be heard at the public hearing.
[CC 1984 §6.106]
The Planning Commission shall submit recommendations regarding the proposed amendment to the Board of Alderpersons within sixty (60) days after the adjournment of the public hearing. The Board of Alderpersons shall not act upon a proposed amendment to this Zoning Code until it shall have received the written recommendations from the Planning Commission. If an application for a proposed amendment is not acted upon finally by the Board of Alderpersons within ninety (90) days of the date upon which the Board of Alderpersons receive the recommendation from the Planning Commission, the proposed amendment shall be deemed to have been denied.
[CC 1984 §6.110]
The Planning Commission shall have authority to exercise all powers of administration and governance granted under the subdivision regulations of the City of Weatherby Lake as incorporated by Chapter 410 of the City Code of Weatherby Lake, Missouri.