Longboat Key Planning and Zoning Board member Bradford Saivetz will not seek reappointment when the Town Commission makes its board appointments at its regular meeting Monday, April 4 .
Wrote Saivetz: “It is with a deep sense of regret and futility that I must advise you that I will forego the pleasure of applying to serve a second term on the Planning and Zoning Board. In all sincerity, I tried to contribute to Longboat Key my years of experience in dealing with planning and zoning matters, but the result was not as mutually rewarding as it was back in the real world with my client roster. I am not resigning; but, God willing, will continue to serve out my current term.”
Saivetz believes his comments and suggestions during his current term were ignored and that he cannot serve as an effective board member.
The Town Commission appointed Saivetz to the board last year when planning board member John Redgrave resigned.
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