Town of Maggie
Regularly Scheduled Zoning Board of Adjustment Meeting
April 12, 2007
Members Present: Chairman
Jay Ring, Phillip Wight, Connie
Dennis, Tory Pinter,
Anderson, Ron DeSimone, an Catherine Young
Staff Present: Town
Manager Tim Barth
Others Present: Linda
Chairman Jay Ring
called the meeting to order and asked that Linda Taylor be sworn in. Ms. Taylor was sworn in.
Chairman Jay Ring
opened the meeting and asked if anyone had any corrections to the minutes for
the March 1, 2007 meeting, including the minutes from March 8, 2007, which were
a continuation of the March 1 meeting.
TORY PINTER MADE A
MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES; SECONDED BY RON DESIMONE. THE MOTION WAS APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY.
VARIANCE REQUEST – ED JONES
Chairman Jay Ring opened the discussion on this item, by
recognizing Linda Taylor, who was appearing on behalf of Ed Jones. Ms. Taylor explained that there were two
issues, with the first being about a barn that was in
the setback for the property. Ms. Taylor
then explained that Unit 7 in the Mountain Joy Cottage development was only
three (3) feet from the rear lot line.
When Unit 7 was built there were no zoning regulations in place, and no development adjacent to the Mountain Joy property. Now Crockett Meadows is adjacent to the
Mountain Joy property on the side where Unit 7 is built. Chairman Jay Ring
stated that the cleanest way to take care of the issue was to grant a variance
to allow a zero lot line for Unit 7, but allow no future construction on Unit 7
that would encroach into the current three (3) foot setback.
RON DESIMONE MADE
A MOTION TO GRANT A VARIANCE FOR UNIT 7 TO ALLOW A ZERO LOT LINE, BUT WITH NO
FUTURE CONSTRUCTION ON UNIT 7 THAT WOULD ENCROACH FURTHER INTO THE CURRENT
SETBACK; SECONDED BY CONNIE DENNIS.
THE MOTION WAS
It was agreed that the issue of the barn in
the setback was deemed not to require any action by the Board of Adjustments.
THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS, CHAIRMAN JAY RING MADE A
MOTION TO ADJOURN THE MEETING; SECONDED BY TORY PINTER.
THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 5:56 P.M.
Barth, Town Manager