Bay P&Z votes & today’s Council workshop agenda

Here’s how the Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commissioners voted at the July 31 meeting. Commissioner Amy Doescher was absent.

RAY MURPHY – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant’s intentions are to construct a single family structure on this parcel of land. The applicant will need a variance of 11’ resulting in a total of 14’ setback to the front yard. Also needed, is a variance of 12’ resulting in a total of 8’ setback to the rear yard. The property in question is located at 296 Union Street; Parcel# 149M-1-29-045.000, Lot 265, 2nd Ward, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned C-2, Neighborhood Commercial District. APPROVED 6/0

RAY MURPHY – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant intends to build a single family structure on this parcel of land. The applicant will need a variance of 11’ resulting in a total of 14’ setback to the front yard. Also needed, is a variance of 12’ resulting in a total of 8’ setback to the rear yard. The property in question is located at 298 Union Street; Parcel#149M-1-29-045.000, Lot 265, 2nd Ward, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned C-2, Neighborhood Commercial District. APPROVED 6/0

FRED CANNON –application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking for a variance to the fence height regulations to allow a 7’ in height wood fence to the side yard, where a maximum fence height allowed is 6’.  The applicant will need a 1’ variance resulting in a 7’ in height fence. The property in question is located at 145 Bay View Court; Parcel# 149F-0-21-019.000, Lot 237C & 241B, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned R-2, Two-Family District. APPROVED 6/0

AUDIE MURPHY – application for Special Exception and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking a Special Exception to allow an existing dwelling, located at the rear of the property, to become an accessory dwelling. The applicant intends to build a single family residence to the front of the property. If the Special Exception is granted, the applicant will need a variance of 28% resulting in a total of 78% coverage to the floor area. In addition, the applicant will need a variance of 4,028sf resulting in a total of 10,972sf to the lot area. The property in question is located at 248 Citizen Street; Parcel# 149N-0-30-031.000, 4th Ward, Bay St. Louis, Part 18 &19. The property is zoned R-1, Single Family District. APPROVED 4/2 LEWIS, WATSON

JAMES THRIFFILEY – application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant would like to change the configuration of the two parcels of land into two new parcels of land identified as “Parcel 1” and “Parcel 2”. Parcel 2 meets all requirements.  If granted, Parcel 1will need a variance of 902.95sf resulting in a total of 9,597.05sf to the lot area as well as a variance of 2’ resulting in a total of 73’ to the lot width. The property in question is located at 118 and 120 Bay View Court; Parcel# 149F-0-21-027.000, Lot 253E & 257F, 1st Ward, Bay St. Louis, Parcel# 149F-0-21-028.000, 1st Ward, Bay St. Louis, Lot 253D & 257G. The property is zoned R-2, Two Family District.  APPROVED 6/0

RICHARD PATERSON – application for Special Exception to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking for a special exception, Section 621, to allow an outdoor flea market. The property in question is located at 9008 McLaurin Street; Parcel#137M-1-35-042.000, 1-20, Block 126, Bay St. Louis Land and Improvement Company. The property is zoned C-3, Highway Commercial District.  TABLED 6/0

 

Agenda

Bay Saint Louis  City Council

Budget Workshop

August 2, 2018

5:30 p.m.

1. Bay Saint Louis City Budget

2. Public Forum – Agenda items only, must sign in and 3 minute time limit

3. Adjourn

If you would like to speak at Public Forum, please sign before 6:00 p.m. as the sign-in sheet will be pulled by that time.

The Public Forum sign-in sheet is by the agenda on the table just outside the Council Chambers.

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