Planning Commission

The White Township Planning Commission has retained its leadership structure for 2022.

The panel on Wednesday (Feb. 2) re-elected Chairman Edward “Ted” Kuckuck, Vice Chairman Dennis Roumm and Secretary Nancy Smith. During its annual reorganization session, the board also named Richard Gallo assistant secretary.

The five-member commission also includes member George Lenz.

Amy Burton of the township staff will continue to serve as recording secretary.

The planning commission has changed its meeting schedule for the year.

The panel will meet at 8:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month (except on June 8) for advance study of business that the commissioners would act upon later.

The commission also will meet at 6 p.m. (a change from 7 p.m.) on the second Tuesday of each month for formal action on proposed land development, construction and other issues under the board’s purview.

 

History

The White Township Planning Commission was created on Dec. 22, 1959, in order to oversee the future planning and development needs of the township. Members of the commission are appointed by the supervisors and are responsible for administering the township's Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO), which regulates development within the township.