Two Sussex County P&Z Commission members land three-year terms

GEORGETOWN – Two members of the Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission have three-year terms.

Douglas Hudson and Kim Hoey Stevenson, both appointed to fill seats that were vacated, landed county council’s blessing at the July 18 meeting.

Their terms run through June 2020.

Mr. Hudson, of Dagsboro, was appointed in early May of 2016 to a seat on the five-member, council-appointed body that reviews and gives consideration toward subdivision applications and other land-use requests. He succeeded Rodney Smith, who resigned for health reasons in March 2016 after serving 12 years on the commission.

Ms. Hoey Stevenson was appointed to the five-member commission on Feb. 14, 2017. She assumed the commission seat held for 11 years by Irwin G. Burton, the District 3 council election winner last November who took his seat on county council in early January of 2017.

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