The City London Ohio has a number of voluntary citizen boards which advise City Commissioners and staff in decision making processes. With their help the City of London continues to be a great place to work and live.
Board of Public Utilities - 6 Year Term
BPU and City Council, about 50-60 years ago separated the Water, Sanitary Sewer and Sanitation Department, and a created the Board of Public Utilities. This has a three (3) member Board which is responsible for the enterprise utilities of the City. It has its own budget, and meets normally on the 4 Thursday of each month, unless a holidays is involved.
Stan Kavy 12/31/13
Bill Blazer 12/31/14
T.J. Dwyer 12/31/15
Income Tax Review Board - 6 Year Term
The Income Tax Board of Review is an independent Board that has two (2) functions; 1) Review our income tax ordinances and recommend changes to the City Council, and; 2) It also hears appeals of the decision of the Income Tax Director and its interpretation of the Code.
Gary Peters 11/01/14
Board of Zoning Appeals - 5 Year Term
A five member volunteer board appointed by the Mayor. Each serves a five-year term. The Board is a quasi-judical board that hears appeals of the decisions of the zoning administrator, interprets the zoning code when issues arise as well as determines the acceptability of requested variances to the City Zoning Code. The Board meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00PM in City Council Chambers..
Steven Douglas 12/31/12
Gary Peters 12/31/14
Casey Elliott 12/31/14
Jane Beathard 12/31/13
Brenda Russell 12/31/15
Historic District Review Board - 3 Year Term
The Historic District Review Board is created by the City of London to work towards grants for the Downtown area, has a very specific area that has been outlined and adopted by City Council. The responsibilities of the Board are to review any application for change in color or architecture to the exterior of any building that in this area. The purpose is to maintain the historic appearance, while allowing the Downtown Business owner to upgrade the building with eye toward the historical significance of the building.