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Tybee Island, GA 31328
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Current Information

Planning Commission Purpose, Membership, and Terms
The purpose of the Planning Commission is promoting the health, safety, morals, convenience, order, prosperity and general welfare, and to provide for the orderly development of the City of Tybee Island.

The Planning Commission consists of 7 members who are residents within the city limits of Tybee Island, appointed by the Mayor and City Council for 2 year staggered terms of office, with a chairperson voting only in the event of a tie.

Planning Commission Members
Commissioner           
Email
Telephone
Term Ending
Chair Tyler Marion   
912-550-9626
January 31, 2015
Vice Chair Demery Bishop
912-844-6152
January 31, 2016
Marianne Bramble  
912-412-9224
January 31, 2015
Julie Livingston          
740-348-6257
January 31, 2016
Tom Borkowski
912-398-1387
January 31, 2016
David McNaughton mcmaughtond@bellsouth.net 912-786-9120 January 31, 2015
John Major jrmajor@windfallresources.com 912-429-2767 January 31, 2016
 
 

Quality Growth Plan Report
The Quality Growth Resource Team for Tybee Island was brought together in March 2006 through collaboration with Tybee Island, the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA), and its quality growth partners including government agencies, universities, nonprofits, and business groups working to provide technical assistance on “smart growth” issues to Georgia communities. The resource team focused their study on the entire island.
 
The report can be viewed online as a pdf here or here.

Tybee Island Master Plan Information
Clicking the links below will download pdf documents showing the respective reports, plans, maps and meeting minutes for the Master Plan efforts on Tybee Island. Any of these documents may also be requested at City Hall.
 
(This presentation is a PowerPoint Show - if you do not own Microsoft Office, you can download the free Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer.)
 
Meeting Notes

Short Term Work Program

In order to maintain Qualified Local Government (QLG) status every local government in Georgia must have an approved and adopted Short Term Work Program (STWP) for implementation of their Master Plan. The STWP outlines and schedules specific actions that the City intends to take to address the needs and goals identified in the plan. In short, the STWP is the “to-do” list that resulted from the Master Plan process.
 
The STWP is updated online on an irregular basis - if you're looking for a more up-to-date version than what is posted here, please contact us at feedback@cityoftybee.org to let us know! Download the last STWP update here.


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