The ASCC administers the town's residential design guidelines and oversees significant new residential and commercial development in town, including major additions and changes of use. The ASCC, according to its mission statement, is principally responsible for "the visual character of the community, minimizing disturbance to the natural setting and ensuring that improvements are properly related to their site and adjacent uses."
Membership on these commissions requires a major commitment of time, both behind and away from the dais. The terms are for four years and the commissions typically meet twice a month in the evening, the Planning Commission on the first and third Wednesdays and the ASCC on the second and fourth Mondays.
Each commission will have three openings for four-year terms in January. Applicants should send a letter indicating their interest to the Town Council by Friday, Nov. 9. For questions or more information, contact Interim Planning Manager Steve Padovan at 851-1700, ext. 212.
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