Granville Community Calendar

BZBA 10/22/98

AGENDA
GRANVILLE BOARD OF ZONING AND BUILDING APPEALS
October 22,1998
1) CALL TO ORDER
2) ROLL CALL
3) REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF MUNUTES
A)August 27, 1998
B)September 24, 1998
4) CITIZENS COMMENTS
5) PUBLIC HEARINGS
A)James & Jill LeVere, 216 North Granger Street
Suburban Residential District -B
Variance Application -Side yard setback
7) MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
A)Next BZBA meeting -Thursday,November 19, 1998 at 7:00 p.m.,at the Village Offices.
B)Following BZBA meeting -Thursday,December 17, 1998,7:00 p.m.,atthe Village Offices.
8)ADJOURNMENT
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BOARD OF ZONING AND BUILDING APPEALS MEMORANDUM
GRANVILLE BOARD OF ZONING AND BUILDING APPEALS
KATHRYN WIMBERGER,VILLAGEPLANN0E* OCTOBER 15,1998
MEETING ON THURSDAY,OCTOBER 22,1998
PUBLIC HEARING
A)216 North Granger:JamesJ i&ll LeVere Zoned: Suburban Residential District -B
Variance Application -Side yard setback for driveway extension
FACTS:
The applicants wish to extend their driveway toward the reare (ast)of their property at 216 North Granger Street. The request is for a one foot setback,which equals a 4 foot variance. Their Zoning Certificate for their addition to the rear of the house,and the demolition of the existing garage was approved on September 28, 1998. In order to continue the line of the existing driveway and allow for maneuvering of vehicles in and out of the garage,which will face north,this variance is requested.
RELEVANT SECTIONS:
1147 Variances
1163.01 Suburban Residential District -A: Purpose and Intent 1163.03 b( 2)() Suburban Residential District -A:ParkingA &ccessory Buildings
CONSIDERATIONS:
1: Variance Application -Side yard setback. The applicant would like to have a straight line ofasphalt driveway in order to promote safety and better accessibility to the new attached garage. The garage doors will be facing north and therefore requires vehicles to turn southward to enter into the garage and then again on the exit,some maneuvering will be necessary to exit out of the drive. The neighbors might be concerned about the closeness of the pavement due to the vtreeheisclaelsong the lot line as well as the potential for damage to the trees or their lot from possibly not driving on the pavement. With the variance,however,it would seemIttmhaigt ehnt obuegh pavement would be provided so as to prevent such scenarios. argued that the additional driveway is not necessary for adequate fmoarntheeuvmerainjogriitny othfethderivderiwveay. . The driveway would be approximately 16 feet in width
extenTshioenBsoinardtheof Zoning and Building Appeals has given variances for driveway past.
I have received one concern in regard to this application(s)at this time. Their more targeted at the addition,rather than the concern was the side yard setback. The pavement,and the variance application is for additions falls within code and has been approved.
DECISION:
Is this application consistent with the requirements of applicable ordinances? Do special conditions or circumstances exist which are peculiar to the land or structures dinivsotrlivcetds?which are not applicable to other lands or structures in e same zoning
Would it be unreasodable to grant the variance due to the possible restrictions with the lot,such as shape,or the structure's location?
Would a literal interpretation of the provisions of this zoning ordinance deprive the applicants of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties in the same zoning district under the provisions of this ordinance?
Would granting the variance, in no manner,adversely affect the health, safety, and gveanriearnacl ew?elfare of the persons residing or working within the vicinity of the proposed
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