Board of Zoning Appeals will hold six public hearings when it meets at 6:30
p.m. Thursday, March 28, at the town hall:
Bell Manor, 442 N.
LLC is seeking a variance to permit the residential use of the third floor
of the old Bell Manor building, zoned B-2, at 442 N. Calumet Road.
508 Wabash Ave.
JTR Construction is
seeking two variances: the first to reduce the front-yard setback by five
feet, from the 25-foot minimum allowed under Town Code to 20 feet; and the
second to reduce the rear-yard setback by eight feet, from the 25-foot
minimum to 17 feet.
Robinson wants to construct a duplex on the site, and Robinson told the BZA
at its February meeting that the two variances would allow him to configure
the duplex on the corner lot in such a way as to permit driveway access off
the less congested Locust Street as well as to maximize residents’ privacy
by avoiding “window-to-window line of sight with adjacent neighboring
350 Brown Ave.
350 Realty Group
LLC series 123 Brown Ave. is seeking a variance to return the single-family
home at 350 Brown Ave. to its original use, a duplex.
The duplex was
converted into a single-family home in 2005. The adjacent residences are
2009 Torreno Drive
Steven and Ashley
Tolton are seeking a variance to increase the maximum concrete coverage on
their property at 2009 Torreno Drive, in the Stone Meadows subdivision, from
the 30-percent maximum to 36 percent.
The extra coverage
would allow the construction of an in-ground swimming pool and a shed.
100 Brown Ave.
Richard Neal is
seeking two variances: the first to build four additional principal
structures on the 3.28-acre site at 100 Brown Ave.; the second to reduce the
minimum 30-foot front-yard setback to 20 feet for two of those structures.
Neal wants to
construct four storage buildings on the property comprising 94 total units.
1851 Hogan Ave.
and Christine Joyce are seeking a variance to reduce the 10-foot minimum
side-yard setback to six feet.
The Joyces want to
build a three-car garage on their property.
The BZA is also
scheduled to hold three preliminary hearings on Thursday:
--B & B Developers
Inc. are seeking a variance for residential use in an I-1 zone for a 40’ x
30’ second-floor residence at the west end of The Factory building.
LLC is seeking a variance for a climate-controlled storage facility in a B-3
--A Johnson is
seeking a variance to build a sunroom where a deck is currently located, at
an unspecified address.