§42-307.
Henderson County Flood Damage Prevention Board
A.
Powers and Duties Pursuant to This Chapter. Without limiting any authority granted to the Flood Damage
Prevention Board by law or by regulations, the Flood Damage Prevention Board shall have the following
powers and duties with respect to this Chapter, to be carried out in accordance with the terms of this
Chapter:
(1)
Administrative Review. To hear and decide appeals from any decision or determination made by
the Floodplain Administrator in the enforcement of any sections of this Chapter which relate to
flood damage prevention.
(2)
Text Amendments. To initiate text amendments to this Chapter by adopted motion and submittal to
the Planning Director.
(3)
Map Amendments. To initiate map amendments to the Official Zoning Map by adopted motion.
(4)
Special Fill Permits. To grant special fill permits as authorized by this Chapter.
(5)
Variances. To grant, in specific cases, variances from the terms of any sections of this Chapter
which relate to flood damage prevention.
(6)
Additional Powers and Duties. Such additional powers and duties as may be set forth for the Flood
Damage Prevention Board elsewhere in this Chapter and in other laws and regulations.
B.
Membership. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall serve as the Flood Damage Prevention Board.
C.
Rules. The Flood Damage Prevention Board shall carry out all powers and duties stated in the rules of
procedure adopted by the Board of Commissioners for the Flood Damage Prevention Board. Any changes
other than to the meeting time and place to such rules of procedure must be approved by the Board of
Commissioners.
D.
Meetings. All meetings or hearings of the Flood Damage Prevention Board shall be open to the public. 
E.
Decisions. The concurring vote of four-fifths (4/5) of the members of the Flood Damage Prevention Board
shall be necessary to reverse any order, requirement or decision of the Floodplain Administrator. The same
four-fifths (4/5) vote shall be necessary to decide in favor of the applicant on any matter upon which the
Flood Damage Prevention Board is required to pass under any sections of this Chapter which relate to flood
damage prevention or to affect any variation of any sections of this Chapter which relate to flood damage
prevention. On all appeals, applications and other matters brought before the Flood Damage Prevention
Board, said board shall inform in writing all parties involved of its decisions and the reasons therefore.
Records. The Flood Damage Prevention Board shall keep minutes of its proceedings, showing the vote of each
member upon each question, or if absent or failing to vote, indicating that fact. Final disposition of appeals shall be
by order indicating the reasons of the Flood Damage Prevention Board therefore, all of which shall be public record