Town of Randolph, MA
Norfolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Randolph 4-18-1995 ATM by Art. 8, approved 10-27-1995. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Zoning — See Ch. 200.
[Amended 4-16-1996 ATM by Art. 10, approved 7-29-1996; 10-15-2012]
A board of five (5) members is hereby established to be known as the "Planning Board." The terms of members shall be five (5) years. They shall be appointed by the Town Manager and ratified by the Town Council.
The Town Manager shall have the power to appoint a Town Planner.
[Amended 4-16-1996 ATM by Art. 10, approved 7-29-1996]
(Reserved)
[Amended 4-16-1996 ATM by Art. 10, approved 7-29-1996]
The duties of such Planning Board shall be such as are stated in MGL c. 41, § 81B, and, further, to consider and advise upon municipal improvements either at the request of other officials of the Town or upon its own initiative. It shall consider and develop a Town plan, with special attention to main ways, land developments, zoning, playgrounds and parks and sites for permanent school plants. The Planning Board shall meet at regular intervals. It may hold public meetings. It shall at all times have access to public documents or information in the possession of any Town official or department. It shall examine the plans for the exterior of any building, monument or similar feature, and for the development and treatment of the grounds about the same before the adoption thereof, and may make such recommendations thereon as it may deem needful. It may provide for public lectures and other educational work in connection with its recommendations. It may incur expenses necessary to the carrying on of its work within the amount of its annual or special appropriations.
See Site Plan and Design Review in the Zoning Ordinances, §§ 200-90 through 200-100.
[Added 5-10-2000 ATM by Art. 4, approved 9-27-2000]
(Now § 36-2.)