Notices

Planning Board Meeting Agenda

Agenda 2-23-2021

Agenda 1-26-2021

Agenda 12-22-2020

Agenda 11-24-2020

Agenda 10-27-2020

Agenda 9-22-2020

Agenda 8-25-2020: (DEPG Handouts: Declaration of Condo, Proposed Additions, Plaza 611 Shopping Center Site Plan, and Plat & plan

 

Agenda 7-28-2020 (DEPG Handouts: Proposed changes to the Zoning Ordinance and Use Chart)

Agenda 6-23-2020 (DEPG Handouts: Milford Township Zoning Amendment, Letter C proposed changes, Letter D proposed changes, Letter S proposed changes, Section 307 proposed changes, Section 408 proposed changes, Section 409.5 proposed changes, Section 410 proposed changes, and Section 414 proposed changes)

Agenda 2-25-2020

Agenda 1-28-2020

Agenda 11-26-2019

Agenda 10-22-2019

Agenda 9-24-2019

Agenda 8-27-2019

Agenda 7-23-2019

Agenda 6-25-2019

Agenda 5-28-2019

Meeting Agenda 4-23-2019

Upcoming Public Meetings

For 2020, Milford Township Supervisors will meet at 7 P.M. at 560 Rt. 6 & 209 on the following dates:

January 6 & 21,

February 3 & 18,

March 2 & 16,

April 6 & 20,

May 4 & 18,

June 1 & 15,

July 6 & 20,

August 3 & 17,
September 8 & 21,

October 5 & 19,

November 2 & 16, and

December 7 & 21.

Workshops will be held at 6:30 P.M. before each of aforementioned meetings.

The Planning Commission meets at the same location at 7 P.M. on the following dates:

January 28,

February 25,

March 24,
April 28,

May 26,

June 23,

July 28,

August 25,

September 22,

October 27,

November 24,

and December 22.

The Planning Commission workshops will be held on an as needed basis at the same location.

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