Monday, June 20, 2016

Lakewood Zoning board meeting tonight 7 PM

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT JUNE 20, 2016  7:00 P. M   
1. ROLL CALL
2. SALUTE TO THE FLAG
3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF MAY 9, 2016      
4. CORRESPONDENCE
5. OLD BUSINESS
Appeal # 3917 – Primeland Holdings, James Street, Block 366 Lot 1, M-1 zone.  Use variance to allow duplexes and an existing commercial warehouse to remain on site.


6. NEW BUSINESS

Appeal # 3947 – Elad Gebus, Oakland Street & Cherry Street, Block 189 Lots 128, 180 & 181
                           R-10 zone.    4 duplexes
Appeal # 3949 – Moshe Blech, 135 Forest Drive, Block 12.01 Lot 8.  To construct a single
                            Family home with variance requested for side yard setback; required 10 & 15 –
                            Proposed 10 & 5.
Appeal # 3950 – Yechezkal Eider, Forest Drive, Block 12.01 Lot 24. To construct a single 
                            family home with variance requested for side yard setback required 10 & 15 – 
                            proposed 10 & 5. 
Appeal # 3952 – Lakewood Investment, LLC, James Street, Block 344 Lots 1.01 & 1.02.  Use 
                            variance for duplex housing.
Appeal # 3955 – Obed Gonzalez, Florence St. & Evergreen Blvd. Block 1093 Lot 10, B-5 zone.
                             Use variance to construct a duplex.
Appeal # 3958 – Success Homes Capital, Pine Street, Block 855.01 Lots 21, 34.03, 36 & 37,
                            M-2 & R-20 zone.  Use variance to construct 8 single family homes. 
Appeal # 3959 – Moshe Lankry – 409 1st Street, Block 73 Lot 6, R-OP Zone. Use variance for 
                            4 family house.
Appeal # 3961 – Tower Builders, 415 E. 5th Street, Block 236 Lot 19, R-7.5 zone. Proposed 
                            duplex on an undersized lot – required 10,000 square feet – proposed 9,888.  
Appeal # 3964 – Madison Holdings, LLC, Block 236 Lots 23 & 24, R-7.5 Use variance for 
                            triplex. 
Appeal # 3965 – D & L Management, East County Line Road, Block 104.02 Lot 9, OT Zone.  
                            Use variance to construct stacked townhomes. 
Appeal # 3960 – Brookside Equities, Cherry Street, Block 189 Lots 135 & 168, R-10 zone.                 To construct a duplex on a 10,722 square foot lot where 12,000 is required.
Appeal # 3970 – Success Homes Capital, 800 E. County Line Road, Block 226 Lot 1- R-10 
                            Zone.  To construct a duplex on an undersized lot – required 12,000 – proposed 
                            9,926. Requesting subdivision for zero lot line.
Appeal # 3966 – Newport Estate, LLC, Newport & Bellevue Avenue, Block 496 Lot 2, Block
                            498 Lots 1 & 10 and Block 501 Lot 1.01, R-40 zone.  To construct single 
                            family homes using the R-12 requirements. 
Appeal# 3874AA – Rishon Associates, LLC, Block 490 Lots 6, 9 & 41.   Amend site plan for 
                            building coverage of 35% where 30% is allowed.
Appeal # 3967 – Congregation Maalos Hatorah, Chestnut Street, Block 1159 and 1159.04
                            various lots. Use variance and preliminary and final major subdivision for the 
                            construction of duplex housing units with basement apartment and synagogue.
Appeal # 3968 – David Donner, Block 189 Lots 173 & 175, 603-605 Ocean Avenue, R-10 
                            zone.  Use variance for 2 duplexes and a single family home.
Appeal # 3973 – Evelyn Vago, 1536 Prospect Street, Block 490 Lot 7, M-1 zone.  Use variance 
                            to construct 3 duplexes

RESOLUTIONS

Appeal # 3585A, letter from Ms. Weinstein requesting conditions of a resolution be modified.  
Appeal #3936 - Mordechai Zafrani – 464 Manetta Avenue, Block 236 Lot 12, R-10 zone.  
Resolution to deny a use variance to construct a duplex on a 9,000 square foot lot where 12,000 
is required.
Appeal # 3962 - David Donner, 825 East End Avenue, Block 208 Lot 175, R-10 zone.  Resolution to approve the construction of a duplex. Side yard setback variance requested for 7 ½ feet where 10 feet is required. 
Appeal # 3840 – Finchley Holdings, amended resolution to move a/c units from the rear to the side of the building. 
Appeal # 3963 – Mordechai Eichorn, 85 Williams Street, Block 420.01 Lot 28, R-7.5 and 
Hospital Support Zone.  Resolution to approve a subdivision to construct 2 single family homes.

16 comments:

  1. Let's watch as they keep approving these duplexes in our already overcrowded neighborhoods. BMGs economic impact continues to grow!

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  2. is it only me or do people see that thie problem might have something to do with so many undersized lots being allowed

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  3. By the time they are done building on prospect street it will be impossible to drive down that block,
    prospect vines 150 houses = 300 families = 600 cars
    Prospect park 50 houses = 200 cars
    Prospect sq 100+ houses = 400+ cars
    Prospect corner = a bunch of cars
    This new 80 duplex development they are building = 320 cars

    With only an option to turn on cross or the 9, what do you think that street is going to look like in 2 years? (It's already bad at peak times) how can the township keep on approving without adding streets? Are they that dumb?

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    1. The real question is are they that bought

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    2. this is where all the houses are being built, what choice did they have?

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    3. They could add some more roads

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  4. The name for a new childrens book "The day all the cars in Lakewod couldnt move"

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    1. Alumni Beis EliyahuJune 21, 2016 at 9:27 AM

      That is truly a brilliant idea .
      Whomever writes that will have a lichtegeh Gan Eden .

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    2. Along with all the shul opposers! Trust me that's one "lichtige gan eden" I don't envy anyone!

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    3. Alumni Beis EliyahuJune 22, 2016 at 8:00 AM

      You`re a one trick pony .
      Get over it .
      However I am confident that Rav Levi Yitzhok would even find a good quality in your wishing others to go to shaol tachtis.
      You would have probably have said the same thing about the Romm Shas and those who opposed Slavita`s copyright. Maybe your grandparents were on Slavita`s side. Go check it out.

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  5. There is this new invention its called planning and infrastructure. I think someone has to show the committee members and the township planning commission how to use this new invention.

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  6. If everyone sees the absurdity of what's going on...why does no one do anything about??

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  7. We are waiting for the frum version of Trump/Sanders the ones in power wont even see it coming

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  8. Reason #2 the mafia will take you out (No schools for your kids, Shiduchim ect, just ask Hershel

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  9. The last time I checked...the voting booths were anonymous.

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  10. That is true however you need someone capable running

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