Information from Public Act No. 06-80
AN ACT CONCERNING NOTICE REQUIREMENTS FOR
LAND USE APPLICATIONS Approved May 30, 2006.
Effective October 1, 2006.
(To view a complete copy of Public Act No. 06-80, visit http://www.cga.ct.gov/2006/ACT/PA/2006PA-00080-R00HB-05290-PA.htm)
“(g) (1) Any zoning commission, planning commission or planning and zoning commission initiating any action regarding adoption or change of any zoning regulation or boundary or any subdivision regulation or regarding the preparation or amendment of the plan of conservation and development shall provide notice of such action in accordance with this subsection in addition to any other notice required under any provision of the general statutes.
(2) A zoning commission, planning commission or planning and zoning commission shall establish a public notice registry of landowners, electors and nonprofit organizations qualified as a tax-exempt organizations under the provisions of Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or any subsequent corresponding internal revenue code of the United States, as from time to time amended, requesting notice under this subsection. Each municipality shall notify residents of such registry and the process for registering for notice under this subsection. The zoning commission, planning commission or planning and zoning commission shall place on such registry the names and addresses of any such landowner, elector or organization upon written request of such landowner, elector or organization. A landowner, elector or organization may request such notice be sent by mail or by electronic mail. The name and address of a landowner, elector or organization who requests to be placed on the public notice registry shall remain on such registry for a period of three years after the establishment of such registry. Thereafter any land owner, elector or organization may request to be placed on such registry for additional periods of three years.
(3) Any notice under this subsection shall be mailed to all landowners, electors and organizations in the public notice registry not later than seven days prior to the commencement of the public hearing on such action, if feasible. Such notice may be mailed by electronic mail if the zoning commission, planning commission or planning and zoning commission or the municipality has an electronic mail service provider.
(4) No zoning commission, planning commission or planning and zoning commission shall be civilly liable to any landowner, elector or nonprofit organization requesting notice under this subsection with respect to any act done or omitted in good faith or through a bona fide error that occurred despite reasonable procedures maintained by the zoning commission, planning commission or planning and zoning commission to prevent such errors in complying with the provisions of this section.”
To view the most current notices click here.
To receive notices via email, please click here, and choose “Public Act No. 06-80 Registry Notices.”
To receive notices via U.S. Postal Service, email your mailing address to or supply the Office of Community Development with a written request, on the 3rd floor of Town Hall, or through the mail at:
Office of Community Development
Town of Glastonbury
Post Office Box 6523
Glastonbury, Connecticut 06033-6523