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County Planning Commission

The Santa Fe County Planning Commission replaced the County Development Review Committee when the Sustainable Land Development Code (SLDC) was adopted, per Ordinance 2015-11, section 3.3.

3.3. PLANNING COMMISSION. SLDC 3.3.1. Creation and Responsibilities. There is hereby created a County Planning Commission ("Planning Commission") which shall have the responsibilities and duties specified in the SLDC and in NMSA 1978, § 3-19-1 et. seq. (1965)(as amended) and NMSA 1978, § 3-21-1 et seq. (1965) (as amended) . 3.3.2. Duties and Powers of the Planning Commission. The duties and authority of the Planning Commission are as follows: To perform the functions specified in NMSA 1978 §§ 3-19-1 and 3-21-7 (1965); To review and recommend to the Board, for adoption, text and map amendments to the SLDC, SGMP amendments and the adoption and amendment of an Official Map, a Capital Improvement Plan ("CIP") and other programs for public improvements and services and financing; To hold public hearings and prepare written recommendations to the Board on certain discretionary development approvals subject to appeal to the Board; To hold public hearings and recommend action on an Area, District or Community Plan, preliminary and final development orders, and quasi-judicial discretionary development applications; To hold public hearings and take final action and issue development orders regarding applications for variances and conditional use permits; and To enter upon any land that is the subject of an application that is the subject of this ordinance, make examinations and surveys, and place and maintain necessary monuments and markers upon the land pursuant to NMSA 1978 § 3-19-4, upon reasonable notice of not less than seventy two (72) hours to the owner/applicant or designated agent of the land to be entered, and after adoption of an order authorizing the time, place and location of the entry onto land or site examination. To make decisions on appeals from final decisions of the Administrator.  


Leroy Lopez, District 1
Term – Appointed Jan 2019, Expires Jan 2021
Fred Raznick, District 5
Term – Appointed Jan 2019, Expires Jan 2021
Charlie Gonzales, District 2
Term - Appointed Jan 2020, Expires Jan 2022 
Susan Fry Martin, At Large
Term - Appointed Jan 2020, Expires Jan 2022 
JJ Gonzales, District 3
Term – Appointed Jan 2019, Expires Jan 2021
Steve Krenz, At Large
Term - Appointed Jan 2020, Expires Jan 2022
Frank Katz, District 4
Term – Appointed Jan 2019, Expires Jan 2021

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