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Zoning Board of Appeals
Communities that have an adopted zoning ordinance are required to appoint a Zoning Board of Appeals. The primary function of the Board of Zoning Appeals is to review and decide cases where there is an alleged error made by the village's planning and zoning administrator (ie: administrative appeals) or where a relaxation of the ordinance is being sought (ie: a variance).

The Board of Zoning Appeals does not have regularly scheduled meetings. When meetings are scheduled, they occur in the Thiensville Village Hall Board Room in Village Hall located at 250 Elm Street.

Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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  • Jesse Daily, Chairman
    Term ends 2019
  • Mark (Randy) Pasternak, Member
    Term ends 2017
  • James (Tony) Engle, Member
    Term ends 2018
  • William Davis, Member
    Term ends 2017
  • Andy Match, Member
    Term ends 2018
  • Carole Olkowski, First Alternate
    Term ends 2018  

Qualification Requirements
To qualify for a variance, an applicant has the burden of proof to demonstrate that all three criteria defined in Wisconsin State Statutes have been met:
  • Unnecessary hardship
  • Unique property limitations
  • No harm to public interests