Boards & Commissions

The elected City Council is not the only group in Bellevue that makes decisions affecting the quality of life here. As a fourth-class city in Kentucky, Council is ultimately responsible for approving or reviewing most decisions that affect residents and businesses, but the following groups have also been set up to comply with laws, regulations, and state or national programs for which public funds are expended or authority is entrusted. 

Board of Adjustments
  • Jack Meyer
  • Jeff Sharp
  • Lauren O’Brien (Alternate)

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Code Enforcement Board
  • Jeff Sharp
  • Joseph Lauer
  • Marc Horwitz
  • Mike Almoslechner (alternate)

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August 26, 2021 Agenda Minutes
July 22, 2021 Agenda Minutes
June 24, 2021 Agenda Minutes
May 27, 2021 Agenda Minutes
April 22, 2021 Agenda Minutes
Fire Board Bellevue/Dayton
  • Steve Guidugli
  • Pat Hogan
  • Janet Shipp
Historic Preservation Commission
  • Katherine Sigler
  • Margo Warminiski
  • Beth Rhorer
  • Bryan Veatch
  • Jill Fessler
Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Jeff Sharp
  • Cassandra Zoda
  • James Dady
  • George Rasmussen
  • Carol Schoulthies
  • Kara Harp
  • Erin Wilkins

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 May 24, 2021 Agenda                                                              Outdoor Seating Text Amendments Staff Report

 

Tree Commission
  • Linda Fields
  • Mary Jo Boeh
  • Kathy Barrett
  • Collin Witte
  • Diane Witte
Urban Renewal Agency
  • Joe Kohrs
  • Ken Stapleton
  • Tim Wilhelm
  • Chuck Allen
  • Kevin Wright
Human Rights Commission
  • Will Beauchamp
  • Christine Mayhew
  • Danielle McDonald
Transit Authority Board
  • Jeremy Worley
  • John Hodges-Batzka
  • Joe Nickol
  • Karee Depoyster
  • Paul McDonald
Parking Citation Hearing Officer
  • Will Beauchamp

Like Council, some of these public bodies meet on a regular basis. You can check this calendar to see when the next open meeting of each group will be. Additionally, many other groups and associations are working hard to improve the Bellevue community. You can find a listing of them here.