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Planning & Zoning Board The Planning & Zoning Board meets on the first Monday of each month at 6pm in the Commissioners Meeting Room on the second floor of City Hall. Members

Apointed Class I, Krista Fitzsimons, 01/13/20-12/31/23

Class II, Jason Hesely, 01/13/20-12/31/20

Class III, Steven Mikulski, 01/13/20-12/31/20

Class IV, Todd Kienger (Chairman), 01/13/20-12/31/20

Class IV, Scott Schmidt (Vice Chair), 01/13/20-12/31/20

Class IV, Augie Augesbeiger (ED), 2/3/20-12/31/23

Class IV, Joe Spuhler, 01/13/20-12/31/20

Class IV, John Bruno, 2/3/20-12/31/23

Class IV, Carol Bannon, 01/13/20-12/31/21

Alt #1, Denise Magilton , 01/13/20-12/31/21

ALT#2, Brian Evans, 04/01/20-12/31/20

ALT #3, George Clark, 04/01/20-12/31/22

ALT #4, Pasquale Arcuri, 04/01/20-12/31/22

Board Solicitor, Rob Belasco, 01/13/20-12/31/20

Board Engineer, Gregory Valesi (CME), 01/13/20-12/31/20

Board Secretary, Kate Dunn, 01/13/20-12/31/20

Planning and Zoning Board of Adjustment
2020 Meeting Schedule
Meetings will be held on the first Monday of each month (unless otherwise noted*) at 6:00 PM at Wildwood City Hall, 4400 New Jersey Avenue, Wildwood, NJ, 2nd floor, in the Commissioners Meeting Room. January 13, 2020 February 3, 2020 March 2, 2020 April 6, 2020 May 4, 2020 June 1, 2020 July 6, 2020 August 3, 2020 September 14, 2020 * October 5, 2020 November 2, 2020 December 7, 2020 * Meeting held one week later as result of a public holiday. PLANNING/ZONING AGENDAS & MINUTES


Recreation Commission Term Expiration Dates-TBA All reappointments are for a term of 5 years. Recreation Board Secretary: 2020 Meeting Schedule for City of Wildwood Recreation Commission Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm at the Byrne Community Center Board Room RECREATION BOARD AGENDAS & MINUTES


Tourism and Development Commission The City of Wildwood Tourist Development Commission was established to promote growth, development and quality of tourism. The goals of the TDC are to generate visitation to the City and its beaches, attractions and special events, thereby increasing tax revenues, including sales taxes and those imposed on the hospitality industry. In turn, those tax revenues may be used to improve the quality of life for the citizens of the community, provide support for beach renourishment and ensure a viable hospitality industry. Members-TBA Recording Secretary: TOURISM BOARD AGENDAS & MINUTES