BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

CITY OF MISHAWAKA, INDIANA

AGENDA

 

 

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

                                                                        600 EAST THIRD STREET

APRIL 14, 2009                                            MISHAWAKA, INDIANA

 

 

- MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

- ROLL CALL

- EXPLANATION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE

- FEBRUARY 10, 2009, MEETING MINUTES

- CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING:

 

APPEAL #09-06      An appeal submitted by Gary R. Wyrick, Sr., requesting a Developmental Variance for 1522 East Third Street, to allow an existing 912 square foot accessory structure to remain.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-07        An appeal submitted by Wilshire Plaza, LLC, requesting a Use Variance for 5650 Grape Road, to allow an automobile service shop in a C-2 Shopping Center Commercial District, and a Sign Variance to allow a monument sign for the business to be installed on Indian Ridge Boulevard. 

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-08      An appeal submitted by the City of Mishawaka Redevelopment Commission requesting a Developmental Variance for 220 South Delorenzi Avenue, to allow a new home to be built on the property with a 15-ft front building setback.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-09      An appeal submitted by Schottenstein Stores Corporation requesting a Sign Variance for 5825 Grape Road, to allow a second freestanding sign on the property. 

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-10      An appeal submitted by Schottenstein Property Group requesting a Developmental Variance for 5851 Grape Road, to allow a building height up to 52’.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #09-11      An appeal submitted by Holladay Properties requesting a Sign Variance for 1501 Liberty Drive (West Jefferson Apartments), to allow a freestanding sign with a height of 6’.

VOTE

 

 

APPEAL #09-13      An appeal submitted by Brian C. and Julie J. Guthrie requesting a Developmental Variance for 331 North Byrkit Avenue, to allow a 2.2’ side yard setback, 0’ exterior side yard setback, and 13.7’ front yard setback.

VOTE

 

 

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