REGULAR MEETING OF THE SEMINOLE COUNTY

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNTY SERVICES BUILDING

1101 EAST FIRST STREET

SANFORD, FLORIDA 32771

BOARD CHAMBERS, ROOM 1028

MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2005

6:00 P.M.

 

AGENDA

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

CONSENT ITEMS

 

VARIANCES:

 

1.      BANANA LAKE ROAD (Lot 1) - Tyrone Wilson, applicant; Request for (1) minimum lot size variance from 43,560 square feet to 40,000 square feet for a proposed home; and (2) minimum lot width at the building line variance from 150 feet to 100 feet for a proposed home in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the west side of Banana Lake Road, approximately 0.4 mile south of the intersection of C.R. 46A and Banana Lake Road; (BV2004-182).

Francisco Torregrosa, Planner

 

2.      210 MISSION ROAD - Gloria Marimon, applicant; Request for (1) minimum lot size variance from 43,560 square feet to 22,050 square feet for a proposed home; and (2) minimum width at the building line from 150 feet to 105 feet for a proposed home in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the east side of Mission Road, approximately 200 feet south of the intersection of Pecan Street and Mission Road; (BV2004-181).

Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

 

MOBILE HOME SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS:

 

3.      2361 WACCASSA STREET -  Dale Stewart, applicant;   Request for special exception for the one year placement of a mobile home in the A-5 (Rural Zoning Classification), while a single family home is under construction; Located on the west side of Waccassa Street, approximately 0.5 mile north of the intersection of Canvasback Trail and Waccassa Street;  (BM2004-030).

Michael Rumer, Planner

 

4.      1645 LAKE HARNEY ROAD - Gerald & Sharon Driskell, applicants; Request for special exception for the one year placement of a recreational vehicle in the A-5 (Rural Zoning Classification) while a single-family dwelling is under construction; Located on the south side of Lake Harney Road, approximately 0.1 mile west of the intersection of Lake Harney Road and Jungle Road; (BM2005-003).

Earnest McDonald, Principal Coordinator

 

5.      1201 MILLS STREET - Ethel Sparks, applicant; Request for special exception for the permanent placement of a mobile home in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Mills Street and Nolan Road; (BM2004-029).

Earnest McDonald, Principal Coordinator

 

VARIANCES:

 

6.      2802 NORTH HORIZON PLACE - Otto Phanstiel, applicant; Request for minimum side street setback variance from 25 feet to 16 feet for a proposed replacement fence in the R-2 (One and Two-Family Dwelling District); Located on the west side of North Horizon Place, approximately 420 feet north of the intersection of North Horizon Place and Stillwater Drive; (BV2004-174).

Michael Rumer, Planner

 

7.      2849 NORTH MORNINGSIDE COURT - Juan Carlo Coronado, applicant; Request for (1) minimum rear yard setback variance from 10 feet to 1.4 feet (16 inches) for a proposed shed; and (2) minimum side yard setback variance from 10 feet to 1.10 feet (22 inches) for a proposed shed in the R-2 (One and Two-Family Dwelling District); Located on the east side of North Morningside Court, approximately 440 feet north of the intersection of Stillwater Drive and North Morningside Court; (BV2004-175).

Michael Rumer, Planner

 

8.      916 MILLSHORE DRIVE - Mike A. Skees, applicant;   Request for (1) rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 26 feet for a proposed pool abutting a water body; and (2) rear yard setback variance from 25 feet to 22 feet for a proposed pool screen enclosure abutting a water body in the R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District);  Located on the east side of Millshore Drive, approximately 90 feet south of the intersection of Magnolia Drive and Millshore Drive; (BV2004-183).

Michael Rumer, Planner

 

9.      TIMOTHY STREET (3209) - Raymond Lomberk, applicant; Request for (1) rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 3 feet for an existing shed; and (2) side yard setback variance from 7.5 feet to 3 feet for an existing shed in the R-1A (Single-Family Dwelling District); Located on the north side of Timothy Street, approximately 170 feet east of the intersection of Martex Drive and Timothy Street; (BV2004-176).

Francisco Torregrosa, Planner

 

10. ASTORWOOD COURT (1219) - Michael & Heddy Bernstein, applicants; Request for rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 24 feet for a proposed home addition in the R-1AA (Single-Family Dwelling District); Located on the south side of Astorwood Court, approximately 100 feet west of the intersection of Academy Oaks Place and Astorwood Court; (BV2004-179).

Francisco Torregrosa, Planner

 

11. 123 RAYMOND OAKS COURT - Haysam & Maison Georgi, applicants; Request for minimum rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 15 feet for a proposed addition in the R-1AA (Single Family Dwelling District); Located on the north side of Raymond Oaks Court, approximately 0.15 mile northwest of the intersection of Raymond Avenue and Raymond Oaks Court; (BV2004-178).

Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

12. 408 PINEWOOD COURT - Flora & Raymond Ortiz, applicants; Request for minimum rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 20 feet for a proposed addition in the R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District); Located on the south side of Pinewood Court, approximately 280 feet east of the intersection of Lake Road and Pinewood Court; (BV2004-177).

Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

13. 2410 WESTWOOD DRIVE Michael Scott Leete, applicant; Request for minimum front yard setback from 25 feet to 10 feet for a proposed garage addition in the R-1AA (Single Family Dwelling District); Located on the north side of Westwood Drive, approximately 230 feet west of the intersection of Clay Court and Westwood Drive; (BV2004-184).

Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

14. 1070 DRUID DRIVE J. David Arnold, applicant; Request for minimum rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 25 feet for a proposed addition in the R-1AA (Single Family Dwelling District); Located on the east side of Druid Drive, approximately 240 feet north of the intersection of Kathy Lane and Druid Drive; (BV2004-185).

Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS:

 

15. 1819 WEST STATE ROAD 434 - Rich Scanlan, applicant; Request for special exception to permit a restaurant in the C-1 (Retail Commercial District) to serve beer and wine within 1,000 feet of a church; Located on the north side of West State Road 434, approximately 0.2 miles east of the intersection of Interstate 4 and State Road 434. (BS2004-034).

Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

16. 275 WILLINGHAM ROAD - Cornerstone Church of Orlando, applicant; Request for special exception to establish a church and attendant facilities on property zoned A-5 (Rural Zoning Classification); Located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Willingham Road and Old Chuluota Road; (BS2004-033).

Earnest McDonald, Principal Coordinator

 

APPROVAL OF NOVEMBER 2004 MEETING MINUTES

 

ADOPTION OF 2005 BOA SCHEDULE

 

REPORT ON RECENT APPEALS OF BOA DECISIONS TO BCC

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Interested parties are encouraged to appear at this hearing and present written/oral input regarding the proposed items and related matters or submit written comments to plandesk@seminolecountyfl.gov at the Seminole County Planning Division, 1101 East First Street, Sanford, FL 32771, Room 2201, telephone 407-665-7444; FAX 407-665-7385. This hearing may be continued from time to time as found necessary. Additional information regarding these matters is available for public review at the address above between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the Human Resources Department ADA Coordinator 48 hours in advance of this hearing at 407-665-7944. Persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decisions made at this hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose they may need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based (Florida Statutes, Section 286.0105).

 

 

                                                BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

                                    BY:  MIKE HATTAWAY, CHAIRMAN