City of Highland Park Zoning Board of Appeals met September 20
City of Highland Park Zoning Board of Appeals met September 20.
Here is the agenda as provided by the board:
I. Call to Order
II. Approval of Minutes:
1. 09-06-2018 ZBA Draft Minutes The Board will consider the Draft ZBA Minutes.
III. Publication Date for New Business: 09/05/2018
IV. Staff Report:
A. Building Division Manager Jorge Torres: Discussion on City Regulations and Process for Grading and Drainage
V. Business from the Public
VI. Old Business:
1. #18-08-VAR-022 Appellant: Brian A Bortman & Lucy K Bortman
Property: 2660 Roslyn Lane Address: 2660 Roslyn Lane, Highland Park, IL 60035
Nature of Appeal: The petitioners and property owners, Brian A Bortman and Lucy K Bortman, of 2660 Roslyn Lane, Highland Park, Illinois 60035, request by authority of Sections 150.1204(A)(4) of the Highland Park Zoning Code, a variation of provisions of Section 150.703.3(A), as required under the R6 zoning district, to (i) exceed the maximum allowed floor area of 3,592 square feet (FAR of 33.15%) to a proposed 4,295 square feet (FAR of 39.64%), in order to construct additions to an existing single family home.
2. #18-08-VAR-023 Appellant: Andrew Venamore
Property: 1501 Ridge Road Address: 602 Academy Drive, Northbrook, IL 60062
Nature of Appeal: The petitioner, Andrew Venamore, of 602 Academy Drive, Northbrook, Illinois 60062, on-behalf-of the ownership Lisa R. Miller and Benjamin J. Miller, of 1501 Ridge Road, Highland Park, Illinoi 60035, requests by authority of Section 150.1204(A)(1) and Section 150.1204(A)(4) of the Highland Park Zoning Code, a variation of provisions of Section 150.703, Section 150.707(D)(1), and Section 150.703.3(A), as required under the R5A zoning district, to (i) encroach 2.6 feet into the required side yard of six (6) feet on the east side of the property, (ii) to allow an accessory structure within a required side yard, and (iii) to exceed the allowed floor area of 3,662 square feet (FAR of 31.92%) to a proposed floor area of 3,977.71 square feet (FAR of 34.67%), in order to construct a new garage and a new attached carport (also known as a portecochere), on a property with an existing single family home.
VII. New Business: none
A. Discussion on Curfew and Application Limit for Board Meetings
B. Discussion on Continuance Guidelines