Town of Wallingford Boards, Committees and Commissions
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There are many hardworking bipartisan volunteers across Wallingford’s many Boards and Commissions. We greatly appreciate the exemplary work they do supporting our elected representatives and town professionals. At any given time, there could be an opening on a Board or Committee that you are interested in. There is always a need for new talent, and we encourage you to contact us.
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The Board of Ethics consists of four members who meet from time to time as the case may be. The Board of Ethics addresses matters involving applications of and, in some instances, possible violation of the Town of Wallingford’s Code of Ethics.
The Economic Development Commission consists of seven members and three alternates. The commission usually meets twice a month, and works to attract new business development.
The Historic Properties Commission consists of five members and two alternates. The commission meets (at least) annually.
The Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission consists of four regular members and four alternates. The commission meets on the first Wednesday of each month. The commission regulates activities in and near watercourses, in areas designated as inland wetlands, and any activities which may have an impact on wetlands or watercourses.
This Planning and Zoning Commission consists of five regular members and three alternates. The Commission meets on the second Monday of each month.
The Parks and Recreation Commission consists of five members who serve as an advisory commission to the Parks and Recreation Director. The Commission meets quarterly.
The Pension Commission consists of six members, three of which are appointed, and three of which are (by Charter) made members as a result of their position in town government. The Commission reviews town pension funding adequacy, as well as investment strategies.
The Public Celebrations Committee consists of fourteen members. The Committee meets (at least) monthly.
The Zoning Board of Appeals consists of five regular members and three alternates. The Board of Appeals reviews waiver applications for local commercial and residential projects.