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Planning Board of Avon-by-the-Sea
301 Main Street
Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ 07717
Office- 732-502-4510 / Fax- 732-774-0605

2022 Planning Board Meeting Dates

In accordance with the rules and regulations of the Open Public Meetings Law, please be advised of the following 2022 Avon-By-The-Sea Planning Board meeting dates.  The location of all meetings is the Avon Gym, 301 Main St. 2022 Avon-By-The-Sea Planning Board meetings will be held on the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM.

January 13 Canceled    
January 25
February 10 to begin at 6 PM instead of 7 PM
March 10        
April 14        
May 12        
June 9 to begin 6PM instead of 7PM             
July 14
August 1
September 8
October 13
November 10
December 8




Sheila Sullivan, Planning Board Secretary

Avon-By-The-Sea Planning Board Meeting March 10, 2022, 7:00 PM Zoom Notice

In accordance with the rules and regulations of the Open Public Meetings Law, please be advised that the Planning Board meeting will be held on Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. by means of electronic communication equipment only.  To access the meeting, you may go to the Zoom website using the link below and/or by using the telephone numbers listed below to access the meeting by audio only.  

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Louis & Madeline Najdzin
128 Woodland Ave. Block 20 Lot 9
128 Woodland Ave. Planning Board Application
128 Woodland Ave. Zoning Denial
128 Woodland Ave. T&M Letter
128 Woodland Ave. Variance Plans
128 Woodland Ave. Survey
128 Woodland Ave. Front Setback Line Block 20 Sheet 1-2
128 Woodland Ave. Front Setback Line Block 20 Sheet 2-2
128 Woodland Ave. Architectural Plans

Stephanie Sexton
603 Third Ave. Block 16 Lot 17.03
603 Third Ave. Planning Board Application
603 Third Ave. Zoning Denial
603 Third Ave. T&M Letter
603 Third Ave. Architectural Plans
603 Third Ave. Survey
603 Third Ave. Photos



Carried until May 12, 2022
Coast Guard Road, LLC
801 Ocean Ave., Block 8 Lot 6

T&M Review Letter 11-18-2021
CGR Subdivision Plan 05-20-2021
CGR Subdivision Initial Submission 03-31-2021
CGR Initial Submission Setback Plan
CGR Initial Submission Arch 03-31-2021
CGR Initial Submission 04-13-2021
CGR Arch Submit 05-20-2021
CGR 801 Ocean Avenue Surround Survey 12-02-2021
CGR 801 Ocean Avenue Height Survey 09-22-2021
A-1 Photos 06-10-2021
A-2 Color Elevs Lots 6.01 & 6.01 06-10-2021
A-4 Color Landscape Plan Aerial 06-10-2021
A-5 Grading Rendering 06-10-2021
A-6 Subdivision Plan 06-10-2021
A-7 Aerial 06-10-2021
A-8 Subdivision Aerial 06-10-2021
A-8 Surround Use Exhibit 10-14-2021
A-9 Density Analysis 10-14-2021
A-9 Landscape Plan 06-10-2021
A-10 Surrounding Nonconforming Lots 10-14-2021
A-11 Surrounding Nonconforming Uses 10-14-2021
A-12 Surrounding Nonconforming Lots & Uses 10-14-2021
A-13 CGR Arch Submit 11-07-2021
A-14 CGR Subdivision Plan 11-09-2021


Planning Board Application Information
2004 Avon-By-The-Sea Master Plan
2018 Avon-By-The-Sea Master Pan Reexamination Report


Avon Planning Board is formed under New Jersey Statute 40-55D. This statute is usually referred to as the Municipal Land Use Law of New Jersey (MLUL). This law allows Municipalities to establish boards in each community to make rules and decisions in regard to local land use. This state law (MLUL) provides for two boards known as the:

1. Municipal Planning Board
2. Zoning Board of Adjustment

In many small municipalities in New Jersey, such as Avon, the MLUL permits towns to combine the two boards into one board. This is what we have in Avon. One board called the Avon Planning Board that acts as both the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Adjustment.

When they act as a Planning Board, you can summarize the activities as a board of “permitted activities.” As a Planning Board, their essential duties are to deal with policy (the Master Plan), and the implementation of that policy through site plans and subdivision activities.

When acting as a Zoning Board, on the other hand, they become known as the board of uses not allowed. This is when they deal with the issuance of variances that are related to the town’s zoning ordinance, the Avon Land Development Ordinance.

Thus, the Avon Planning Board on one hand is a policy maker, and on the other hand it must assume the role of and act as an adjudicator.

The Avon Planning Board is comprised of eleven members, nine regular members and two alternate members. The terms of the members vary from two years to four years. The board meets at 7 PM on the second Thursday of each month when it has applications that require a hearing.

The majority of the work of the Avon Planning Board is the hearing of appeals for variances. This occurs when an individual requests a Building Permit from the Construction Code Official, and the application is rejected because the applicant has requested to do something not allowed by the Avon Land Development Ordinance. In this case, the applicant has the right to appeal this decision to the Avon Planning Board and request a Variance, which is a petition to do something not allowed by the Land Development Ordinance.

After completing the application procedure, the applicant is given a date for a hearing before the Planning Board. At this hearing the applicant will present the case to the board. The board will then make a decision to allow, or not to allow the variance.

All Planning Board meetings are open to the public and every hearing has a time for the public to speak. If any members of the public are interested in a particular application that is being heard they may attend the meeting and ask questions, or make their feelings known to the board. This is the time that board members are made aware of the concerns, feelings, support for, or opposition to an application by the members of the public, other property owners, and/or neighbors of the applicant.

Avon Planning Board Members

  • Sheila Sullivan, Planning Board Secretary
  • Richard Maloney, Chairman
  • Teresa Egan, Vice Chairman
  • Ed Bonanno, Mayor
  • Robert Mahon, Commissioner
  • Mark Kitrick, Attorney
  • Michael Davey, Regular Member
  • Vincent Ernst, Regular Member
  • Marie Kenny, Regular Member
  • Jack Ryan, Regular Member
  • Calvin Talmage, Regular Member
  • Sandra McLaughlin, Alternate 1
  • Francis McGovern, Alternate 2
  • Joseph Oldakowski, Alternate 3
  • Steve Mazouat, Alternate 4