Warren Zoning Board - October 17, 2012

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Warren Zoning Board October 17, 2012

Public Hearings: 1. Application #12-24; Tara L. Hurley, owner and applicant; 175 Main Street; Plat Map 2, Lot 44; owner/applicant requests a Variance from section 32-115 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to install 20 sq. ft. of additional signage where 15 sq. ft. is permitted. 2. Application #12-25; Charles Vecoli, owner and Frank Karpanicz, applicant; 69 Harris Avenue; Plat Map 13E, Lot 129; owner/applicant requests a Variance from section 32-77 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to construct a 9’ 5” x 6’ 6” one story addition that will violate the front, side, and rear setbacks. 3. Application #12-26; Blount Realty Company & Water Street Dock Company, Inc., owners and Water Street Dock Company, Inc., applicant; 461/463 Water Street; Plat Map 6, Lots 11, 110, 111, 109, 25, 3, 98, 114, & 107; owner/applicant requests a Special Use Permit from sections 32-57 and 32-74 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to construct a 14,400 sq. ft. industrial building and a 6,600 sq. ft. tent structure, thereby expanding a legal non-confirming use. 4. Application #12-27; Blount Realty Company & Water Street Dock Company, Inc., owners and Water Street Dock Company, Inc., applicant; 461/463 Water Street; Plat Map 6, Lots 11, 110, 111, 109, 25, 3, 98, 114, & 107; owner/applicant requests a Variance from section 32-78 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to construct a 14,400 sq. ft. industrial building that will violate the front yard setback, and to construct a 6,600 sq. ft. tent structure. The construction of these structures will exceed the allowable lot coverage by 6%. Michael Gerhardt Chairman October 3, 2012

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