The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners is seeking Escambia County residents interested in volunteering to be considered for an at-large appointment to the Escambia County Board of Adjustment.
Please be aware that resumes submitted to a BCC agenda for consideration will become part of the official minutes and are subject to public records requests.
Members serve a two-year term of office and meet at 8:30 a.m. on the third Wednesday of each month for approximately two hours. Travel is not required. Financial disclosure is required.
Escambia County residents interested in being considered for a possible appointment to the Escambia County Board of Adjustment to begin serving in April are asked to submit a resume and letter indicating their desire to serve by close of business on Wednesday, March 11. Letters and resumes should be submitted to Kayla Meador, 3363 West Park Place, Pensacola, FL 32505; or emailed to email@example.com.
ESCAMBIA COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Established by the Board of County Commissioners through adoption of Escambia County Ordinance No. 88-16, enacted on December 1, 1988. Ordinance 2004-9 amended the Escambia County Code of Ordinances to change the membership from five to seven members, all of whom must reside within Escambia County. Ordinance 2004-9 specifies the BCC endows the BOA with the power to conduct any required quasi-judicial public hearings to grant, grant with conditions, or deny applications for variances, conditional uses, requests for final extension of development orders for site plan approval, requests for the temporary use of a mobile home as a guest residence due to medical hardship, and appeals of administrative decisions filed by those persons aggrieved by interpretations or administration of these regulations. Ordinance 2001-35 provides a right of appeal to the Board of County Commissioners for review of the orders of the BOA affirming, reversing or modifying the decision of an administrative official.