Town of Milan
Town Board - The Town of Milan is governed by a Town Board consisting of the Supervisor and four Council members. The Supervisor is the presiding officer. The Board adopts resolutions, ordinances and local laws, and approves the annual budget and tax levy. The Council Members are elected to represent their town for a four-year term. The Supervisor is elected for a two-year term.
The Town Board meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7:30 PM. This meeting is the formal town board meeting with action taken on legal, monetary and other matters of the town. The public is invited and included in discussion at the discretion of the chair.
Planning Board - The Planning Board consists of seven members pursuant Local Law, and as of 4/14/2008, appointments by the Town Board will be for a term of seven years. Vacancies are filled by appointment for the remainder of the un-expired term.
Through the authority granted by Chapter 64 of the Consolidated Laws of the State of New York, as amended, all subdivision of land is required to receive the approval of the Planning Board, and further the Board is authorized to recommend, for review and adoption by the Town Board of the Town of Milan, regulations controlling the subdivision of land within the boundaries of the Town.
The Planning Board normally meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM. Click here for Calendar of PB Meeting Dates for 2013
Zoning Board of Appeals - The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) consists of five members pursuant to the provisions of Local Law, each member is appointed by the Town Board for a term of five years. Vacancies are filled by appointment for remainder the un-expired term.
The Zoning Board of Appeals is responsible for hearing and deciding appeals and requests for variances from the requirements set by the local building code for the Town of Milan.
The Zoning Board of Appeals meets 4th Wednesday at 7:00 PM.
Board of Assessors - The Milan Board of Assessors consists of three members pursuant to the provisions of State & Local Law; each member is elected by the Town for a term of four years and is required to be certified. Vacancies are filled by appointment for remainder the un-expired term.
The Assessor's Office prepares, files and maintains Milan’s Property Records which includes, Tax Exemption Records. Much of this information is available at Dutchess County's parcel access web site: http://geoaccess.co.dutchess.ny.us/parcelaccess
Residential Assessments were reviewed and/or changed in accordance with New York State Real Property Law - 2013 Tentative Roll filed - May 1st, 2013. (See important dates below)