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Current Agenda            2022 Meeting Dates

Master Plan 2019: Part 1   Part 2

Planning Committee Meeting Minutes


January - No Meeting
February 1
March 1
April 5
May 3
June 7
July - No Meeting
August 2
September - No Meeting
October 4
November - No Meeting
December 6



January - No Meeting
February 2
March 2
April 6
May 4 - No Meeting
June 1
July - No Meeting
August 3
September - No Meeting
October 5   Board Packet
November 2
December 7


January 7
February 4
March 3
April 7  No Meeting Covid 19
May 5   No Meeting Covid 19
June 2  No Meeting Covid 19
July 7
August 4
September 1
October 6

November 3 - No Quarum

November 10 Special Meeting

December 1


ANNUAL REPORTS:  2010-2011   2011-2012    2012-2013   2013-2014  2014-2015  2016-2017

Planning Commission ByLaws:  2018 ByLaws

The Milton Township Planning Commission is a seven-member appointed board consisting of one Township Board member(Ex-Officio) who serves their term on the Planning Commission concurrently with their Township Board term, and six residents of the Township who serve staggered three-year terms. The Planning Commission’s responsibilities are:
  • Developing, adopting, and overseeing the implementation of the Township’s Master Plan.
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of the Zoning Ordinance, and recommending Ordinance revisions and amendments to the Township Board where necessary.
  • Reviewing rezoning requests from property owners and making an approval or denial recommendation to the Township Board, which is responsible for making the final decision on rezoning requests.
  • Review and decide requests from property owners seeking one of the Conditional/Special Uses listed in the property’s Zoning Classification District.
  • Reviewing site plans to ensure compliance with the Zoning Ordinance requirements and the goals and objectives of the Master Plan.
  • Reviewing and discussing planning concepts and issues, and their applicability to the current and future development of the Township.
  • Developing a "Recommended" Capital Improvement Plan annually.
  • Assisting in the education of the general public on planning issues and concepts.