BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

CITY OF MISHAWAKA, INDIANA

AGENDA

 

 

TUESDAY, 6:00 P.M.                                    COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL

                                                                        600 EAST THIRD STREET

JULY 14, 2009                                              MISHAWAKA, INDIANA

 

 

- MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

- ROLL CALL

- EXPLANATION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE

- JUNE 9, 2009, MEETING MINUTES

- CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING:

APPEAL #09-21      An appeal submitted Donald and Irene McGann requesting a Developmental Variance for 123 Redwood Court, to allow a deck to be constructed on the rear of the home resulting in a rear building setback of 7’.  Continued from June 9, 2009.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-26        An appeal submitted by Fakhri and Chin Jubran seeking Developmental Variances for 1302 Delaware Street, to allow a new home to be built with a 23’ front yard setback; 5’ exterior side yard setback; and a 17’ 6” rear yard setback. 

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-27      An appeal submitted by Naomi La Monds requesting a Developmental Variance for 201 West Eighth Street, to allow a privacy fence with a 1’ exterior side yard setback, and a pool with a 2’ exterior side yard. 

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-28      An appeal submitted by Max and Sharon Helman requesting a Use Variance for 1017 East Jefferson Boulevard, to permit C-4 Automobile Oriented Commercial uses on I-1 Light Industrial District.   

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-29      An appeal submitted by Thao Tran requesting a Use Variance for 4505 Vistula Road, to permit a nail salon, and a Sign Variance to permit a 3’ X 3’ sign on an R-1 Single Family Residential property. 

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-31      An appeal submitted by James J. Betz requesting a Sign Variance for 117 East McKinley Avenue (Dairy Queen) to allow a 26’ 6” tall sign with 97 sqft display area and 82 sqft copy area.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-32      An appeal submitted by AdVanced Custom Homes & Remodeling LLC requesting various Developmental Variances for the northwest corner of Webster Street and Borley Avenue, to allow a new home to be built with the following setbacks:  11’ exterior side yard setback, and 17’ rear yard setback.

VOTE

 

 

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