South Beach BSL subdivision on Tuesday’s P&Z agenda

The folks behind a proposed development that was rebuffed at the October Planning & Zoning meeting will be back Tuesday with modified plans for two parcels fronting Third Street near Ramoneda.

Last time, South Beach BSL, LLC proposed around 67 lots and townhouses, a park and pavilion; this time they want to develop “53 lots, more or less, for a single-family residential development with a minimum of 7,500 square feet per lot and a lot width of 75 feet.”

Neighbors packed the October meeting to oppose the plan and it’s likely they will show up again to weigh in on the new application.

Here’s the full agenda:

AGENDA

PLANNING & ZONING MEETING

NOVEMBER 28, 2017

5:30 P.M.

APPLICATIONS:

The Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in the Bay St. Louis Conference Center, 598 Main Street, Bay St. Louis, MS to consider the following:

              MICHAEL J JENNINGS – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant intends to build a carport/storage building to the rear of the property. The applicant is asking for a total variance of 2’ resulting in a 3’ setback to the rear yard. The property is located at 131 Keller St, Parcel # 149L-0-30-200.000; described as Lot 60B, 3rd Ward, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned R-1 Single Family District.

MICHAEL J. JENNINGS – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicants’ intention is to construct a single family residence on this parcel of land. The applicant is asking for a total variance of 5’ resulting in a 3’ setback to the side yard and a total variance of 15’ resulting in a 5’ setback to the rear yard. The property in question is located at 116 Bookter St, Parcel# 149L-0-29-187.000; described as Lot 7, 3rd Ward, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned R-1 Single Family District.

              CAROL A. STROHMETZ & TERIE VELARDI – application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking to subdivide one parcel of land into three new parcels. Parcel 1 one will meet all requirements set forth for subdivision regulations. Parcel 2 will need a variance of 20’ resulting in a total of 55’ to the lot width and 2,800sf resulting in 7,700sf to the lot area. Parcel 3 will need a variance of 20’ resulting in a total of 55’ to the lot width and 3,900sf resulting in 6,600sf to the lot area. The property in question is located at 335 Main St. and extends to the 300 block of State St; Parcel # 149F-0-29-330.000, described as Lot 546 and 547, 1st Ward, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned R-2, Two Family District.

LORI J. GEMELLI – application for an amendment to the Official Zoning Map. The applicant is asking for a map amendment to change a Parcel of land from R-3, Multi-Family District and C-3, Highway Commercial District to the zoning classification of R-1, Single Family District. The applicants’ reason for amendment is there is “change or changing conditions in a particular area, or in the city, or in the regional area generally, in which an amendment to the Ordinance is in the public interest and is necessary and is desirable.” The property in question lays North East of Reese St, Parcel# 149D-2-21-059.000; described as Lot 245B, 246A, Part 235, 1st ward, Bay St. Louis. The property lies in two zoning districts, R-3, Multi-Family District and C-3, Highway Commercial District.

WALTER K. KULPEKSA – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicants’ intention is to build an addition to the front of the residence which will be used as a porch and a deck. The applicant is asking for a variance of 11’ resulting in a total setback of 14’ to the front yard fronting Carroll Ave, and a variance of 4’ resulting in a total setback of 8’ to the side yard fronting North Toulme St. The property in question is located at 302 Carroll Ave. and the corner of North Toulme St; Parcel # 149F-0-29-128.000, described as Lot 25A, Carroll Subdivision. The property is zoned R-2, Two Family District.

FRED W. LISTER – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking for a variance to the west side yard for an accessory structure that has already been constructed. The applicant will need a total variance of 1’ resulting in a 4’ setback to the west side yard. The property in question is located at 205 Seventh Street; Parcel# 137L-0-35-151.000, described as lot 33-36, Block39, Bay St. Louis Land and Improvement Company. The property is zoned R-1, Single Family District.

SOUTH BEACH BSL, LLC – Application for map amendment to Zoning Ordinance and for approval of Planned Unit Development (PUD) and Preliminary Subdivision Plat.  Robert Heinrich is the applicant’s agent. Under the Special Subdivision application the applicant is requesting to reconfigure two tax parcels, 149N-0-30-233.000, 4th Ward, Bay St. Louis, 206 – I and J 206 ½  and 149N-0-30-234.000, 4th Ward, Bay St. Louis, 206 ½ D –  and  209 K (approx. 12.5 acres) to develop 53 lots, more or less, for a single-family residential development with a minimum of 7,500 square feet per lot and a lot width of 75 feet.  As permitted by the Zoning Ordinance for PUD projects the applicant is requesting minor variations from the subdivision and zoning regulations. The subject property fronts on the South margin of Third Street and is near Ramoneda Street and is situated in the R-1, R-2 and R-4 Zones. 

CITY OF BAY ST. LOUIS – The City of Bay St. Louis is requesting a text amendment to the Zoning Ordinance. The reason for the amendment is there are changing conditions in a particular area, or in the city, or in the regional area generally, in which an amendment to the Ordinance is in the public interest and is necessary and is desirable. The proposed amendment does not involve changing the classification of land and is necessary to facilitate accuracy and proper interpretation.

The City is requesting to amend the Section 1306, DECISIONS OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, to read as followed:

SECTION 1306: DECISIONS OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

In exercising the above mentioned powers, the Planning and Zoning Commission by a concurring vote of a majority of its members present and voting may recommend that the City Council reverse or affirm, wholly or partly, or may modify the order, requirements, decision or determination appealed from; and make such order, requirement, decision or determination as ought to be made. Decisions shall be recommended to the City Council for final action.

In the event of a decision by the Planning and Zoning Commission to recommend denial of an application, the applicant may attend the next scheduled City Council Meeting to appeal the decision. If the applicant desires to appeal the decision and is unable to attend the next scheduled City Council Meeting, he or she may file an appeal with the Clerk of Council no later than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the next scheduled City Council Meeting. After the appeal has been filed with the Clerk of Council, the applicant has thirty (30) days to attend a scheduled City Council Meeting to present his or her appeal. If an appeal is not filed prior to the next scheduled City Council Meeting, the application with the Planning and Zoning recommendation will be heard by the City Council at the next scheduled meeting for approval or denial by the City Council.

APPROVE THE MINUTES

10/30/2017

CHANGE MEETING DATE:

    

             DECEMBER MEETING TO BE HELD ON THE 21, 2017

ADJOURN

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