Buffkin Resigns, New Board Member is Appointed to BZA
At May’s Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) meeting, Craig Buffkin announced his resignation from the board.
“It was a hard decision to leave the Board of Zoning Appeals, but due to my business and travel schedule increasing with The Buffkin Group, I couldn’t dedicate the time I wanted to on the board,” said Buffkin. “I’ll continue to stay involved in our community by reviewing City communications and participating when available.”
Buffkin is a managing partner for The Buffkin Group, a retained, specialty boutique search firm. He served over two years on the Board of Zoning Appeals.
“I enjoyed my time on the board, and thank City staff and all board members for the hard work that they continue to put forth.”
With an open seat on the board, Lance Iverson was appointed by Mayor Austin McMullen to replace Buffkin. This change was made effective immediately.
Iverson moved to Nashville in 2003 and has been employed by the State of Tennessee for almost nine years. He currently serves as the Assistant Commissioner of Fiscal and Administrative Services for the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. He and his wife Heather moved to Oak Hill in June 2011 and reside at 4045 Russellwood Drive.