BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT

Responsibility:  Serves as a quasi-judiciary board that hears variances, appeals and ordinance interpretations relating to regulations contained in the Zoning Ordinance. 

Membership:  Five members appointed by the Mayor with approval from the Board of Aldermen for five-year terms (May).

Meetings:  Meet as needed.

Responsibility:  Serves as a quasi-judiciary board that hears variances, appeals and ordinance interpretations relating to regulations contained in the Zoning Ordinance. 

Membership:  Five members appointed by the Mayor with approval from the Board of Aldermen for five-year terms (May).

Meetings:  Meet as needed.

Responsibility:  Serves as a quasi-judiciary board that hears variances, appeals and ordinance interpretations relating to regulations contained in the Zoning Ordinance. 

Membership:  Five members appointed by the Mayor with approval from the Board of Aldermen for five-year terms 



BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT


NEWS & NOTICES


OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK
GREENE COUNTY
N E W S R E L E A S E
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Shane Schoeller
February 14, 2019 868-4060
Absentee Voting Begins Next Tuesday for
the April 2nd General Municipal Election

Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller announced that absentee voting starts next Tuesday, February
19th, for those eligible voters who are unable to go to their regular polling place on April 2nd for the
General Municipal Election. In Greene County, the April ballot includes a wide variety of candidates
and/or issues in 9 cities, 11 school districts and 2 fire protection districts.
Absentee ballots may be voted in the clerk’s office at the Greene County Archives/Elections
Center, 1126 N Boonville Ave, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, until
the day before the election. Homebound or out-of-town voters may request an absentee ballot by
mail, either handwritten or from the fillable form that can be found on our website. These requests
must now be signed by the voters and received in the clerk’s office no later than 5:00 p.m.,
March 20th, the second Wednesday prior to the election, rather than the Wednesday prior as in
previous elections, due to a change in state statute. Mailed ballots must be voted, notarized,
returned by mail, and received in the clerk’s office before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Questions about absentee voting should be directed to Schoeller’s office at 868-4060 or at:
www.greenecountymo.gov/county_clerk/election/absentee.php
The sample April 2nd ballots for Greene County are available in the Greene County Clerk’s
Office. A composite of candidates and issues is available online at:
www.greenecountymo.gov/county_clerk/election/candb_issues.php
Absentee Request Fillable Application: https://greenecountymo.gov/files/PDF/file.pdf?id=9615
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