Public Participation in Zoning
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The Mableton Improvement Coalition participates in the public comment process for zoning applications with the goal of presenting the community’s viewpoint. We need to hear from you! Email us at email@example.com, become a part of our Facebook group, or attend the Community Zoning meetings. Act as soon as you see a zoning sign! Early conversations are the most productive.
To view Zoning and Variance Applications, go to this Cobb County Clerk’s website https://www.cobbcounty.org/board/county-clerk/agenda-and-minutes and “download the packet” for the next Zoning Hearing listed under Current and Upcoming Events.
To view Zoning applications in 30126, go to the MIC website: https://www.mableton.org/zoning/
District 4 Community Zoning Meetings: Each month, District Commissioner Monique Sheffield and Planning Commissioner Galt Porter plan to hold a community meeting about upcoming zoning applications. Recent meetings have been virtual and held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 7pm.
Public Hearings: Final decisions are made by the Board of Commissioners, after the Planning Commission makes a recommendation to the Board of Commissioners. Each holds a monthly hearing (except in January).
- Planning Commission – first Tuesday of each month
- Board of Commissioners – third Tuesday of each month
Use the link above to double check the hearing dates on the application (which can change due to holidays). All hearings begin at 9am on the second floor of 100 Cherokee St, Marietta. You can use the link above to view the agenda for each meeting, but cases can be heard at any time during the hearing.
Written Comments are important! Send emails to both the Planning Commission and the Board of Commissioners at least Thursday before the hearing.
Planning Commission members: Michael Hughes, Fred Beloin, Deborah Dance, Stephen Vault and Tony Waybright.
Board of Commissioners: Lisa Cupid, Keli Gambrill, Joann Birrell, Monique Sheffield and Jerica Richardson.
Put the case number (Z-##) in the subject line, along with the name of the applicant (for example: Joe’s Shop). Use your own words to describe why you think the application should be approved or denied. Always copy these county staff members firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Questions? Please contact MIC’s Zoning Committee Chairman, Robin Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770/948-5394.