I received a notice about a neighbor applying for a Special Permit or Variance. What should I do?

The Board receives correspondence and/or commentary from the public during the hearing process and considers these comments in rendering their decision. Letters received prior to the hearing will be read into the record. Prior to the hearing, you can view any plans or additional materials filed with the Board of Appeals at Town Hall or online (go to street address, then Board of Appeals) at the following link: bit.do/yarmouth

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1. Why do I need a Special Permit or Variance?
2. How long does it take to get a Special Permit or Variance?
3. What's the difference between a Special Permit and a Variance?
4. I received a notice about a neighbor applying for a Special Permit or Variance. What should I do?
5. What happens at the public hearing?
6. What happens after the Board reaches a decision?
7. What if I 'm not happy with the Board's decision?