Adjustment, Board of

Details about the Adjustment, Board of

Overview

A Board of Adjustment is hereby established under the Building Division (Zoning). The Board shall consist of five (5) members appointed by the Mayor with the opportunity for three (3) alternates.
Members will be compensated $75.00 per meeting.

Apply to Serve (8 openings) View board website
Openings include appointments labeled "Serving Beyond Term."

Board Members

Showing 8 active board members (maximum 8)
Name Role End Date
James Navies Designee 01/31/2022
Serving Beyond Term
test1 (asdf) as dd Alternate 12/31/2021
Serving Beyond Term
George Hitt Member 08/15/2021
Serving Beyond Term
Joseph (Joe) Klitzing Member 08/15/2021
Serving Beyond Term
John Albert Alternate 12/18/2020
Serving Beyond Term
Sallie Burke Alternate 12/18/2020
Serving Beyond Term
Irene Soll Member 08/15/2020
Serving Beyond Term
Carmelo Desemone Member 08/14/2020
Serving Beyond Term

Authorizing Legislation

Ordinance 65763 (2002), Ordinance 64195 (1997), Ordinance 59981 (1986), Ordinance 59979 (1986).

Board Duties and Purpose

The Board hears appeals for any person aggrieved by any officer, department, board or bureau of the City affected by any decision of the Building Commissioner or the Board of Public Service. Board of Adjustment decisions are binding by law and may be appealed only to the Circuit Court.

Member Requirements

Appointments require Board of Aldermen approval.

The Board of Adjustment is a 5-member panel of citizens, who reside within the City of St. Louis, appointed by the Mayor for 4 year terms. The Board selects its own chairman who serves for 1 year.
The Board is required to have:
One (1) graduate of an accredited school of architecture or licensed architect
One (1) licensed real estate broker or agent
Three (3) members at large
Three (3) alternative members may be appointed and serve 1 year terms. The Board acts as administrative law judge and is governed by state law. The City Counselor represents the Board and its members.

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