Warren Zoning Board - September 19, 2012

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September 19, 2012

Public Hearings: 1. Application #12-20; Audrey Sadler/Morse, owner and applicant; 4 Shell Road; Plat Map 16, Lot 196; owner/applicant requests a Variance from section 32-89 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to allow the existing cesspool to be replaced with an Advanced Treatment OWTS that will be located 70 feet from a water body. 2. Application #12-21; 840 Main Street, LLC, owner and 840 Main Street, LLC & Edward J. Cox III, applicant; 840 Main Street; Plat Map 15B, Lot 20; owner/applicant requests a Special Use Permit from section 32-47 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to construct a second floor addition above the existing structure and allow a Mixed-Use Residential use on the property with commercial use on the ground level and three dwelling units on the second floor. This proposal is subject to a zone change (from R-10 to Village Business) heard by the Warren Town Council on September 4, 2012. 3. Application #12-22; DJ Development Corp., owner and applicant; 339 Market Street; Plat Map 22, Lot 26 & 26A; owner/applicant requests a Special Use Permit from section 32-166 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to construct an addition to the building on an existing foundation and a new foundation thereby expanding/modifying an existing Special Use Permit. 4. Application #12-23; Joao E. & Natalia M. Pereira, owners and applicants; 16-18 Long Wharf Drive; Plat Map 6, Lot 127; owners/applicants request a Special Use Permit from section 32-74 of the Warren Zoning Ordinance to construct a 20 foot by 17 foot two story addition to rear of existing two family dwelling thereby expanding a legal non-conforming use. Michael Gerhardt, Chairman September 5, 2012

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