Tyler Winik Appointed to City of Orlando's Board of Zoning Adjustment
ORLANDO, Fla -- This week, Mayor Buddy Dyer (D-Orlando) appointed Tyler Winik to the city's Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA).
The BZA is an advisory board to the City Council composed of nine volunteer members that reviews and recommends action regarding zoning variances and appeals of modifications of development standards requests, requirements, orders, or decisions and determinations made by the Appearance Review Officer, and Zoning Official Determinations.
"I'm delighted by Mayor Dyer's appointment and look forwarding to serving my neighbors in The City Beautiful in this new role," said Winik. Tyler's first meeting will be on Tuesday, November 16 in City Council Chambers.
Tyler currently serves as the Director of Organizational Development & Public Affairs for the Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller in Brevard County. There, he is responsible for the development of staff, policy, and procedure, as well as communications, public affairs, legislative affairs, and public records.
In addition to his new role with the BZA, Tyler serves as the Governance Chair for the Emerging Leaders Board of Runway to Hope, Central Florida's premier pediatric cancer charity, helping to bring awareness to pediatric cancer, supporting families during treatment and programs at the region's three flagship children's hospitals, and working to inspire a new generation of philanthropists.
Previously, Tyler served as a member of Orange County's Citizen's Review Panel for Human Services which accepted, evaluated, and recommended funding proposals from 501(c)(3) health and human service organizations offering communities to underserved populations in the greater Orlando area.