BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS
CITY OF MISHAWAKA, INDIANA
AGENDA

TUESDAY, 6:00 P.M.
 
MAY 12, 2020
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
600 EAST THIRD STREET
MISHAWAKA, INDIANA
 

- MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
- ROLL CALL
- EXPLANATION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
- MARCH 10, 2020 MEETING MINUTES
- CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

PUBLIC HEARING:  

APPEAL #20-07

An appeal submitted by Benjamin and Lora Galacia requesting a Developmental Variance for 222 East Eleventh Street to allow a front porch landing with handicap mechanical lift with a 2’ front building setback.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-08

An appeal submitted by Rousseve Properties LLC requesting various Developmental Variances for 305 and 305 Bittersweet Road for pavement setbacks and landscaping between lots.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-09

An appeal submitted by RKG Holdings, LLC, requesting a Developmental Variance for 3837 Lincolnway East for a reduction in landscaping.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-10

An appeal submitted by Artisan Investment Group LLC requesting a Use Variance for 201 Smith Street to allow three (3) units in R-1 Single Family Residential zoning.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-11

An appeal submitted by Artisan Investment Group LLC requesting a Use Variance for 1210 West Sixth Street to allow three (3) units in R-1 Single Family Residential zoning.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-12

An appeal submitted by Graham Gates and Olivia Ganser requesting a Developmental Variance for 617 North Webster Street to allow a privacy fence with a 0’ exterior side yard setback.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-13

An appeal submitted by Mark and Debra Kamm requesting a Developmental Variance for 1215 and 1225 East Jefferson Boulevard to allow for the development of seven (7) starter homes with an 18’ front yard setback.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-14

An appeal submitted by School City of Mishawaka requesting a Sign Variance for 3810 Lincolnway East (Twin Branch Elementary School) to allow an 8’ tall monument sign with electronic message center.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-15

An appeal submitted by Terry and Judy Allen requesting a Developmental Variance for 728 East Sixth Street to allow a 5’ chain link fence with a 0’ front setback.

VOTE

 

APPEAL #20-16

An appeal submitted by Bethel College Inc. requesting Use and Developmental Variances for the southeast corner of West Lowell Avenue and Clay Street to allow a shipping container for storage purposes for the training center and for a reduction of parking spaces in connection with a new athletic training center facility.

VOTE

 

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