Granville Community Calendar

08/24/95

BOARD OF ZONING AND BUILDING APPEALS
August 24, 1995
Minutes
Present: Dan Bellman, Ashlin Caravana, Gilbert Krone, Eric
Stewart
Members Absent: Lon Herman
Also Present: Doug Tailford, Village Planner
Visitors: Sentinel),James and Lisa Salerno, 431 Burg Street
Minutes: July 13. 1995: All figures on traffic were based upon
trip generation February, 1995, updated to the fifth edition.
Grammatical and typographical errors will be corrected by Carrie
Miller and minutes redistributed. Mr. Krone moved to approve
minutes as amended; Mr. Stewart seconded, AND MINUTES WERE
UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Mr. Bellman asked what constituted the record, and members
agreed that the minutes are the record. Transcriptions recorded
by applicants are not available to us. We would have to buy the
recorded notes if it becomes necessary. Mr. Krone strongly recommended
that if Marathon does come in with specific grounds for
appeal, including, references in the transcript, we should request
that the relevant transcript be given to us. If there is enough
time, BZBA will prepare a written response for Village Council.
Mr. Tailford assured the group he would have it available.
lull_2119-95 : Mr. Stansbury moved to approve the minutes
as amended by members before minutes were reproduced. Mr.
lpS/tewa'rt seconded, and MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: None
New Business:
James and Lisa Salerno, 431 Burg Street
The Salernos wish to contruct a two-car garage with flat
roof and deck with rail at the side of their house, 4'8" from the side lot line, requiring a variance of 7-2".There is an existing
foundation for an old one-car garage located within the
setback area; the new garage would extend 2' larger. Because of
the topography of the back yard, this is the only location where
a two-car garage can be added to the property. They are planning
the driveway so that the big tree may be preserved, and Mr. Salerno indicated that a new retaining wall will not be neces- sary. The siding and color will match the house.
Mr. Salerno had provided such thorough and complete ration- ale for seeking the variance that BZBA members agreed to let the ncoatteiosn.constitute the rationale for consideration of the appli- See attached notes, No. 2, Sections A through E.}The
house next door is very close, and actually the presence of a
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garage would provide added privacy to both homes. No objections
to the application have been received.
MR. KRONE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS PRESENTED
WITHOUT MODIFICATION BASED ON THE FACTS PRESENTED IN
THE APPLICATION. (Also, the village is in need of
parking spaces, so the more cars we can get off the
road, the better.)MR. BELLMAN SECONDED, AND MOTION
WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Adjournment:
Next Meeting:
7: 45 p. m.
September 28, 1995
Respectfully submitted,
Betty

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