Board of Zoning Appeals October 2003
PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD BY THE NEW HAVEN BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2003 @ 7:00 P.M.
Kennedy Mitchell Hall of Records
Public Hearing Room (G-2)
200 Orange Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
1. property: 770 Congress Avenue owner: Brian T,. Clark
applicant: Jose Reyes
attorney: Jonathan E. Spodnick
Application #03-117-S requests: Special Exception to allow rear yard Pigeon Coop containing racing pigeons in a Business A zone.
2. property: 819 Sherman Parkway owner: Housing Authority of New Haven
by: Stephen Yandl, Director
agent: Paul B. Bailey
Application #03-118-S requests: Special Exception to allow a Commercial Vehicle (refuse truck) to back over a City Sidewalk in a R M-2 zone.
3. property: 1125 Townsend Avenue owner: Rose F. Andreoli
(aka: 1123 Townsend Avenue, rear) appellant: owner
agent: Jason M. Digiandomenico
Appeal #03-119-V requests: Rear Yard Variance to permit 7 ft. where 25 ft. is required for construction of rear sunroom addition to existing single family residence in a RM-1 zone.
4. property: 248-258, 260,268,272, 274 owner: Saint Thomas More Corporation &
&278-282 Park Street Yale University
applicant: Saint Thomas More Corporation
by: Reverend Robert J. Beloin
attorney: Edward L. Marcus
Application #03-120-S requests; Special Exception to permit a Planned Development Unit to allow Catholic Student Center addition in conjunction with Saint Thomas More Chapel in a RH-2 zone.
5. property: 808 Washington Avenue owner: H. Bixon and Sons, Inc.
applicant: Metal Management New Haven, Inc.
by: Eric Hopkins, agent
attorney: John W. Colleran
Application #03-121-S requests: Special Exception to continue Junk Yard use and diminished size from 7 acres to 3.9 acres in an Industry Light zone. Coastal Site Plan Review Application was filed in accord with Section 55 of New Haven Zoning Ordinance.
6. property: 400 Columbus Avenue owner: Hill Health Center
applicant: Board of Education
by: Dr. Reginald Mayo
Application #03-122-S requests: Special Exception to permit a Child Daycare Center for a maximum of 24 children (Mary Sherlock Daycare Center) in a Business A zone.
7. property: 413 Grand Avenue owner: Christian Union FWB Church
by: Reverend Eunice Tucker
agent: Deborah Dozier
Application #03-123-S requests: Special Exception to permit 10 parking spaces where 25 spaces are required, and also to permit 2 Front Yard parking spaces, to construct a 198 seat church in a RM-2 zone.
Appeal #03-124-V requests: Side Yard Variance to permit 3 ft. where 8 ft. is required, and Building Coverage Variance to permit 48% where 30% maximum is allowed to construct a 198 seat Church in a RM-2 zone.
8. property: 8 Cove Street owner: Palmieri Cove Associates, LLC
appellant: Patrick Palmieri
Appeal #03-125-V requests: Use Variance to permit 40 seat restaurant with full bar service, 3 unit bed & breakfast, 12 person dinner cruise, and 30 slip marina in a RS-2 zone. Coastal Site plan Review Application was filed in accord with Section 55 of New Haven Zoning Ordinance.
9. property: 388 Orange Street owner: Leonard A. Fasano
Appeal #03-126-V requests: Front Yard Variance to permit 5 ft. where 25 ft. is required; Side Yard Variance to permit 5 ft. where 10 ft. s required; Maximum Floor Area Ratio Variance to permit .4 where .5 is required; Building Coverage Variance to permit 6% where 25% is required to enclose front porch and renovate existing office building in a Residential Office zone.
10. property: 400 Crown Street owner: 397 Crown Street, LLC
attorney: Anthony V. Avallone
Application #03-127-S requests: Special Exception to permit zero on-site parking, and also permit commercial loading by backing over a sidewalk for a Self Storage and Warehouse facility in a Business A zone.
Appeal #03-128-V requests: Use Variance to permit a Self Storage and Warehouse facility in a Business A zone.
11. property: 510 Grand Avenue owner: Quinnipiac Energy, LLC
applicant: Joseph M. Regan Company, LLC
attorney: Anthony V. Avallone
Application #03-129-S requests: Special Exception to permit an indoor Waste processing Business (storage, bailing, packing, sorting, handling, disassembling, purchase or sale of any material or materials which are used, salvaged, scrapped or reclaimed, but capable for being reused in some form) in a Industry Light zone.
12. property: 40 Lynwood Place owner: Diana Dryer Wright, et al
agent; William Paglia Scheff
Appeal #03-130-V: requests: Side Yard Variances to permit 5 ft.-4 in. and 7 ft.-10 in. where 8 ft. and 10 ft. is required for construction of a dormer to provide light to a section of roof on an existing 4 unit structure in a RH-2 zone.
Added September 23, 2003