REGULAR MEETING OF THE SEMINOLE COUNTY

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNTY SERVICES BUILDING

1101 EAST FIRST STREET

SANFORD, FLORIDA 32771

BOARD CHAMBERS, ROOM 1028

MONDAY, JULY 25, 2005

6:00 P.M.

 

AGENDA

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

CONSENT ITEMS

 

VARIANCES:

 

1.    McCARTHY AVENUE (LOT 18) -  Tyrone R. Pinder, applicant;  Request for minimum lot size variance from 8,400 square feet to 5,100 square feet for a proposed home in the R-1 (Single Family Dwelling District); Located on the west side of McCarthy Avenue, approximately 250 feet south of the intersection of West 20th Street and McCarthy Avenue; (BV2005-004).

 Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

2.    2026 McCARTHY AVE - Anita Torres, applicant;   Request for minimum lot size variance from 8,400 square feet to 5,100 square feet for a proposed home in the R-1 (Single Family Dwelling District); Located on the west side of McCarthy Avenue, approximately 300 feet south of the intersection of West 20th Street and McCarthy Avenue; (BV2005-003).

 Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

3.    SNOW QUEEN DRIVE (LOT 1) Drew Kusterman, applicant; Request for minimum lot size variance from 43,560 square feet to 40,000 square feet for a proposed single-family home in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Snow Hill Road and Snow Queen Drive; (BV2005-081).

        Michael Rumer, Planner

 

CONTINUED ITEMS:

 

4.     2909 LAGOON COVE - Deborah Sentell-Johnson, applicant; Request for minimum side street setback variance from 25 feet to 10 feet for a proposed fence in the R-1AA (Single-Family Dwelling District); Located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Stillwater Drive and Lagoon Cove; (BV2005-054).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

5.    3612 MCNEIL ROAD, APOPKA Dave & Jennifer Kruse, applicant; Request to amend an existing special exception to increase preschool enrollment of an existing day care center from 129 students to 195 students and allow two additional buildings in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the south side of McNeil Road, approximately 320 feet east of the intersection of Bear Lake Road and McNeil Road; (BS2005-004).

         Michael Rumer, Planner

 

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

 

VARIANCES:

 

6.    4308 ROCKY RIDGE PLACE - Daniel R. Ellery, applicant; Request for (1) minimum rear yard setback variance from 10 feet to 3 feet for an existing shed; and (2) minimum 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 south side of Rocky Ridge Place, approximately 100 feet east of the intersection of Shades Crest Lane and Rocky Ridge Place; (BV2005-079).

         Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

7.     293 GENEVA HEIGHTS ROAD - Bradley & Dawn Weatherholtz, applicants; Request for minimum side street setback from 50 feet to 12 feet for a proposed garage in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the south side of Geneva Heights Road, approximately 155 feet east of the intersection of Old Geneva Road and Geneva Heights Road; (BV2005-083).

         Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

8.    116 SWEETBRIAR BRANCH Robert Wilson, applicant; Request for minimum rear yard setback variance from 30 feet to 6 feet for a proposed shed in the R-1AA (Single-Family Dwelling District); Located on the north side of Sweetbriar Branch, approximately .10 mile northeast from the intersection of Foxridge Run and Sweetbriar Branch; (BV2005-051).

         Michael Rumer, Planner

 

9.    3411 DAWN COURT Steven Nelson, applicant; Request for minimum side yard setback variance from 10 feet to 6 feet for a proposed shed in the R-1AA (Single-Family Dwelling District); Located  on the south side of Dawn Court, approximately 1.1 miles north of the intersection of Markham Woods Road and Lake Mary Blvd; (BV2005-076).

        Michael Rumer, Planner

 

10. 1698 KINGSTON ROAD Kathleen Prossen, applicant; Request for minimum side street setback variance from 35 feet to 27.66 feet for a proposed home addition in the RC-1 (Country Homes District); Located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Kingston Road and South Pressview Avenue; (BV2005-077).

        Michael Rumer, Planner

 

11.  2499 NORTHUMBRIA Dennis Perez, applicant; Request for (1) minimum rear yard setback variance from 7.5 feet to 0 feet for a proposed pool screen enclosure; and (2) minimum rear yard setback variance from 7.5 feet to 2 feet for a proposed pool in the PUD (Planned Unit Development District); Located on the southwest side of Northumbria Drive, approximately .10 mile south of the intersection of Northumbria Drive and Hedgesparrows Lane; (BV2005-080).

         Michael Rumer, Planner

 

12.   MARKER STREET (LOT 9) Charlie & Melissa Banks, applicant; Request for minimum side street setback variance from 7.5 feet to 5 feet for a proposed home in the R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling District); Located north of Hayman Street .10 miles west of the intersection of Hayman Street and Ronald Reagan Blvd; (BV2005-082).

    Michael Rumer, Planner

 

MOBILE HOME SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS:

 

13.  1211 COCHRAN ROAD - Emma Smith, applicant; Request for special exception for the permanent placement of a mobile home in the A-5 (Rural Zoning Classification District); Located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Saunders Trail and Cochran Road; (BM2005-014).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

14.  2295 CANAL STREET - Edward Hauser, applicant; Request for special exception for the permanent placement of a mobile home in the A-10 (Rural Zoning Classification District); Located on the east side of Canal Street, approximately 0.25 mile north of the intersection of Canal Street and Howard Avenue; (BM2005-016).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

15.  2331 WACCASSA STREET - Michael & Dawn Paul, applicants; Request for limited use for the two year occupancy of a mobile home while a single-family dwelling is under construction in the A-5 (Rural Zoning Classification District); Located on the west side of Waccassa Street, approximately 0.22 miles north of the intersection of Waccassa Street and Canvasback Trail; (BM2005-017).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS:

 

16.   200 AVENUE C Richard De Candido, applicant; Request for special exception to allow the sale of beer and wine as an accessory use to an existing restaurant in the C-2 (Retail Commercial District); Located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Avenue C and Hart Road; (BS2005-007).

        Michael Rumer, Planner

 

17.   LAKE MARKHAM ROAD - John Webb & Associates, applicant; Request for special exception to establish an equestrian center in the A-1 (Agriculture District); Located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Lake Markham Road and South Sylvan Lake Drive; (BS2005-006).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

18.  140 FERNWOOD BOULEVARD - Raymond Khoshnou, applicant; Request for special exception to establish an alcoholic beverage establishment in the C-2 (Retail Commercial District); Located on the south side of Fernwood Boulevard, approximately 0.13 miles east of the intersection of Fernwood Boulevard and U.S. 17-92; (BS2005-012).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

19.  RED BUG ROAD (LOT 2) - John Kelly, Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, applicants; Request for special exception to establish an alcoholic beverage establishment (package store) in the PUD (Planned Unit Development District); Located on the northwest corner of the intersection Red Bug Lake Road and Oviedo Crossing Terrace;  (BS2005-008).

        Kathy Fall, Senior Planner

 

APPROVAL OF JUNE 2005 MEETING MINUTES

 

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