The Planning Commission is in a unique position in local government. It is an advisor to a governing body. It also advises local governmental departments and officials, public agencies, private developers, and other individuals on matters related to the community’s development. The Planning Commission’s position in the structure of local government greatly enhances its ability to carry out this advisory function. It is placed in the middle of the flow of information throughout the community. This central coordination function can be extremely valuable to the community and to its elected and appointed officials.
Plans and proposals from individuals and groups who help develop the community pass through the Planning Commission. However, some projects may be reviewed and approved administratively without being heard by the Planning Commission as a whole.Members
Warren Landers – Chairmen
Joe Paul Moore
David McGee, II
Stephanie Isaacs – Council Representative