A.   Creation, Appointment And Organization: A zoning board is created. The board shall consist of five (5) members, each to be appointed for a term of three (3) years by the mayor and with the advice and consent of the town council. The first appointment may be for one, two (2) or three (3) years. The board shall elect a chairman from its membership, shall appoint a secretary, and shall prescribe rules for the conduct of its affairs.
   B.   Powers And Duties: The zoning board shall have all the powers and duties prescribed by law, including Wyoming Statutes section 15-1-608, and by this title, which are more particularly specified, but not limited, as follows:
      1.   Interpretation: Upon appeal from a decision by the town clerk-treasurer or other administrative official, to decide any question involving the interpretation of any provision of this title, including determination of the exact location of any district boundary if there is uncertainty with respect thereto.
      2.   Special Permits: To issue special permits for any of the uses for which this title requires the obtaining of such permits from the zoning board. In granting any special permit, the board shall prescribe any conditions that it deems to be necessary to or desirable for the public interest. However, no such special permit shall be granted by the zoning board if the board finds that the use for which such permit is sought will not be injurious to the neighborhood or otherwise detrimental to the public welfare and will be in harmony with the general purpose of this title. In determining its findings, the board shall take into account the character and use of adjoining buildings and those in the vicinity, the number of persons residing or working in such buildings or upon such land and traffic conditions in the vicinity.
      3.   Variances: To vary or adapt the strict construction and appliance of this chapter only when the board finds that there are special circumstances or conditions, fully described in its findings, applying to the land or building for which a variance is sought. Such circumstances and conditions must be peculiar to such land and buildings, and not generally applicable to land and buildings in the neighborhood and that they are such as would, upon strict application, deprive the owner of reasonable use of the land or buildings; that the granting of the variance will not be detrimental to the public interest.
   C.   Procedure: The zoning board shall act in strict accordance with the procedure specified in Wyoming Statutes section 15-1-608, and this title.
   D.   Appeals: Appeals to the board shall be taken by the person aggrieved or by any officer, department or board of the town from a final decision of the town clerk-treasurer, or other officer, within thirty (30) days thereof, by filing with the officer and the board a written notice of appeal specifying the grounds thereof. (1993 Code § 17.08.050)