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Who creates a County Planning Board?
A board of chosen freeholders MAY create a County Planning Board
Are County Planning Boards mandated by the County Planning Act?
No
How many people can be on a County Planning Board?
At least five, but not more than nine
Who chooses the members on a County Planning Board?
The freeholder director, with the approval of a majority of the board
Who makes up a County Planning Board of five members?
The freeholder director, another freeholder, and three citizens who hold no other County office
Who makes up a County Planning Board of six or more members?
The freeholder director, another freeholder, the County Engineer, and citizens who hold no other County office
When was the County Planning Act adopted?
1935 Chapter 251 with major
revision in 1968 and amended in April 2010
How long are the terms for County Planning Board members?
3 years
Who are authorized alternates for a County Planning Board of 6 or fewer?
Another freeholder and one citizen
Who are authorized alternates for a County Planner Board of more than 6?
Another freeholder, two citizens (alternate 1 and 2), and an assistant or deputy county engineer
When do the terms of the alternate members of the County Planning Board expire
at the same time as the term of their corresponding planning board members
When are freeholders required to make and adopt a county master plan?
IF they create a County Planning Board
What is the primary purpose of the County Master Plan?
Assess the extent and timing of need for capital facilities and to facilitate development of a county capital improvement plan
How many hearings are required for the County Master Plan?
At least 1
How are hearings to be noticed for the County Master Plan?
at least 20 days prior, in a newspaper of general circulation and by delivery or certified mail to the municipal clerk and planning board secretary of each municipality in the County
How is the County Master Plan adopted?
By resolution, by 2/3rds majority vote of the County Planning Board
What must be done after the CMP is adopted?
Attested copies of the MP and associated maps must be forwarded to the freeholder board, county park commission, and the legislative body of each municipality
What does the Municipal Planned Unit Development Act require of municipalities?
Municipalities required to notify county planning board of any adoption or amendment of municipal master plan, official map or ordinance 20 days prior to public hearing.
How long do municipalities have to file a zoning ordinance, subdivision ordinance, master plan, official map, capital improvement plan or amendment thereto with the County Planning Board?
30 days
When does the County Planning Board require prior notice for a municipality's proposed amendments?
When the proposed amendment affects lands adjoining county roads or other county lands, lands within 200' of a municipal boundary or within 200' of proposed facilities or public lands shown on CMP or County Map
When does the County Planning Board require notice of variance applications or amendments to the official municipal map?
When the site fronts on an existing or proposed County road or is within 200 feet of a municipal boundary
What is the County Map?
The binding planning document for county development of highways, roadways, parkways, and sites for public buildings and works under county jurisdiction
How is the County Map created and amended?
Through the Master Plan adoption by CPB resolution and/or by the board of freeholders with review by the CPB
Who issues a permit allowing a building to be constructed in a road or highway bed?
Freeholder board in a public hearing with 10 days notice
How much notice is needed prior to a freeholder board hearing to issue a permit to build in a road bed?
10 days prior
Why would the freeholder board deny a permit to building in a road bed?
if the property is already "earning a fair return," or if it finds there is no injury to the property owner if they must place the building outside of the road bed
Which municipal subdivision applications shall freeholders adopt procedures and standards for?
-for the review of ALL subdivisions
-for the approval of subdivisions AFFECTING county road or drainage facilities
What kind of notice is required for freeholders to adopt subdivision and/or site plan standards?
Notice and proposed standards provided to municipal clerk and planning board secretary at least 10 days prior to public hearing
Which municipal site plan applications may freeholders adopt procedures and standards for?
for the approval of site plans along county roads or affecting county drainage facilities
Who may the County Planning Board delegate subdivision and site plan review to?
County Planning Director or subcommittee of the board
How long does the County have to report back to the sending municipality on a subdivision or site plan application?
30 days from the date of the receipt of the application
When should the County subdivision or site plan review happen in relation to the local approval?
Before local approval or per the MLUL the local board may condition approval on a timely review and/or approval by the county
Who hears appeals of decisions of the County Planning Director or subcommittee?
County Planning Board
Who can file an appeal of the decision of the County Planning Director or subcommittee?
Only the Applicant
Who can appeal an action of the County Planning Board?
Any aggrieved person
How long does someone have to appeal an action of the County Planning Director, subcommittee, or County Planning Board?
10 days
How long does the Freeholder board have to hear and render a decision on a County Planning Board appeal?
45 days to hear the appeal, then 30 days to render a decision once the appeal is heard
What exempts a site plan from County Planning Board review?
Single-family developments and those Less than 1 acre and not along a County Road
When should a site plan review by the County Planning Board occur?
Before a municipality issues a building permit