The City of Woodbury’s Combined Planning and Zoning Board is responsible for a wide range of regulations which deal with community development and planning. The Planning Board Administrator, John Leech, can be reached at 856.845.1300 ext. 132.

Planning Board Agendas & Minutes

Some of the major responsibilities of the Board are to:

  1. Hear requests for variances as well as appeals of the decision of the Zoning Officer.
  2. Review plans for subdivisions and site plans for proposed development.
  3. Review requested changes to the Zoning regulations and make recommendations to City Council.
  4. Review and prepare the Master Plan for the City.
  5. Review applications for exterior work to buildings that are located in the Historic Preservation District.

Woodbury Master Plan
Historic Preservation Commission

Planning / Zoning Board Members

Name Title Appt. Term Term Expires
01 – Sam Ferraino, Jr. Chairman 4 years 12/31/20
02 – Mark Seigel Vice Chairman 4 years 12/31/20
03 – Phil Hagerty Member 4 years 12/31/21
04 – Justin Geist Member 4 years 12/31/18
05 – Brian Bozworth Member 4 years 12/31/18
06 – Ryan Lange Member 4 years 12/31/21
07 – Michael Devlin 1st Alternate 12/31/21
08 – James O’Brien 2nd Alternate 12/31/18
09 – Thomas Shute 3rd Alternate 12/31/18
10 – Jennifer Falcone 4th Alternate 12/31/20
11 – Jessica Floyd Mayor Yearly 12/31/18
12 – William Fleming Councilman Yearly 12/31/18
13– John Leech Secretary & Zoning Officer Yearly
14– John Alice, Esq. Solicitor Yearly
15– Bob Melvin, Group Melvin Design Planner Yearly
16– Paul Breier, P.E., Federici & Akin Engineer Yearly  

 

Planning / Zoning Board Meeting Dates 2018

All meetings are 3rd Wednesdays (unless otherwise indicated below) Meetings start at 7:00 PM and are held at Council Chambers, Second floor City Hall, 33 Delaware Street, Woodbury

January 17, 2018
February 21, 2018
March 21, 2018
April 18, 2018
May 16, 2018
June 20, 2018
July 18, 2018
August 15, 2018
September 19, 2018
October 17, 2018
November 14, 2018
December 19, 2018

 

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