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Board of Zoning Appeals
The Board of Appeals is a five (5) member board, from among the qualified electors of the City. Each board member serve a three (3) year term and may not serve more than four (4) consecutive either full or partial terms. Board members hear and determine appeals from administrative decisions, petitions for variances in the case of peculiar and unusual circumstances and hardships which would prevent the reasonable use of land, and property maintenance issues and any such other matters as may be required by Council.
Cable Access Commission
The Commission consists of six voting (three voting members are appointed by Monroe Township, and three voting members are appointed by Tipp City Council) and four “ex-officio” members (one member appointed by Tipp City, Tipp Exempted Village School Board, Monroe Township Board, and one member voted on by the commission members) serving a two (2) year staggered term. The Commission establishes rules and procedures to be approved by the City Council and Township Trustees for the public access station, KIT-TV, Channel 5. In addition, the Commission determines the type of programming to be permitted, reviews specific programs, arranges scheduling, and otherwise maintains primary responsibility for the public access station.
Civil Service Commission
The Commission is responsible for overseeing the hiring process and promotions of those employees designated as classified employees of the municipality. The Civil Service Board is a three (3) member board appointed by City Council serving a six (6) year term that expires on April 5th.
Tipp City also has boards for Tax Appeals, CRA Housing Council, and Tax Incentives.
Parks Advisory Board
This board promotes the development of a comprehensive parks system in the city.
The Planning Board makes recommendations to the City Manager and Council on all matters affecting the physical development of the municipality.
The Restoration and Architectural Board of Review (Restoration Board) consists of seven (7) members who shall be appointed by the City Council and shall serve three (3) year terms. No member shall serve more than four (4) consecutive, either full or partial terms. Members shall either be residents of the city or own a business within the district. It is the desire to have a board that has individuals with a broad spectrum of knowledge on historic buildings as well as those impacted by the regulations being imposed upon them. Therefore, if possible, membership of the Board should include, but not be limited to, building contractors, architects, owners of businesses within the district, residential property owners within the district, and persons demonstrating skills or interest, which Council deems appropriate.
The City Tree Board consists of three members who are residents of the city and are appointed by City Council for 3 year terms. Members of the Tree Board study, investigate, and counsel; develop or update annually, and administer a written plan for the care, preservation, pruning, planting, replanting, removal or disposition of trees and shrubs in parks, along streets, and in other public areas. This plan is presented annually to City Council, and upon acceptance and approval it constitutes as the official comprehensive city tree plan. Meetings are held on a quarterly basis at the Government Center..