I’m back from a road trip and various celebrations. Now let’s get back to business.
PLANNING & ZONING MEETING
May 31, 2016
RON & KATHY PINN – application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance. The applicants are asking to divide the parcel into two (2) new parcels of land. If the subdivision of land is granted, Parcel A will need a total variance of 25 ft to the lot width and a total variance of 1,222 sq. ft to the minimum lot area. Parcel B will need a total variance of 25 ft. to the lot width and a total variance of 1,222 sq. ft. to the minimum lot area. The property is located on the 100 Block of Leonard Avenue, Parcel #144N-0-19-071.000, described as Lots 14-16, Block 1, Leonard Subdivision. The property lies in an R-1, Single Family District.
TAMMY MARSHALL BROWNSBERGER – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking for variances to two (2) non-conforming accessory structures that are currently in place on the property. The structures are indentified as Exhibit (A) and Exhibit (B). If the variance is granted, the applicant will need for Exhibit (A) a total variance to the front yard setback of 20’. They will also need for Exhibit (B) a total variance to the side yard setback of 5’. The property is located at 43 Good Street, Parcel #136P-0-37-058.000, described as 12-14, Block C, Jourdan River Isles. The property lies in an R-1, Single Family District.
MR. JAMES F. QUINTINI – application for Special Exception to the Zoning Ordinance and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is intending to build an accessory dwelling to the rear of the property that will consist of 560 sq ft of floor area and one bedroom. If granted, the applicant will need a rear yard variance of 20ft, a side yard variance of 6ft, and a total square footage variance of 7,577sf for the accessory dwelling. The property is located at 202 Union Street, Parcel #149L-0-29-178.000, described as 2nd Ward, Lot 274, Bay Saint Louis. The property is presently zoned R-3, Multi Family District.
Approve the Minutes
April 26, 2016