Monday, August 29, 2016

Lakewood Zoning board meeting Aug 29

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT AUGUST 29, 2016 7:00 pm  municipal bldng         
AGENDA                                                                                                        
6. NEW BUSINESS

Appeal # 3967 – Congregation Maalos Hatorah, Chestnut Street, Block 1159 and 1159.04
                            various lots, R-20 zone. 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 # 3971 – KG Investments, 742 Ocean Avenue, Block 548 Lots 66, 281, 282, OS zone
                            Use variance for an office building and catering hall.

Appeal # 3972 – Andrew Green, 910 Woodland Drive, Block 12.04 Lot 99, R-12 zone.
                            Variance requested for deck in rear yard setback.  Variance requested for shed.

Appeal # 3973 – Evelyn Vago, 1536 Prospect Street, Block 490 Lot 7, M-1 zone.  Use variance
                            to construct 3 duplexes

Appeal # 3974 – S. Greenes, 346 Hope Chapel Road, Block 2 Lot 23.01, R-40 zone. To
                            construct a single family house with variances requested.

Appeal # 3951A-525 Chestnut, LLC, 525 Chestnut Street, Block 1159 Lot 41.01, R-20 zone
               Subdivision.

Appeal # 3977 – Bostonia Equity, LLC. Massachusetts & Cross Street, Block 440 Lots 56, 60
                            & 7.02, R-20/12 zone.  Use variance for 37 detached and semi-detached homes.
     37 duplexes and 10 single family.

Appeal # 3979 – CG RR Properties, LLC, Parkview Avenue, Block 1021 Lot 2, HD-7 zone.
                            Use variance for a triplex.

Appeal # 3980 – Joseph Sebbag, Hope Chapel Road, Block 2.01 Lots 14.01-14.05, R-40 zone.
                            Use density variance for 6 single family lots that are 15,028 square feet to
                            24,043 square feet where 40,000 is required.

Appeal # 3982 – Moses Stern, 402 Laurel Avenue, Block 548 Lot 1, R-7.5 zone. Use variance
                             for a duplex on a 9,500 square foot lot where 10,000 is required.

Appeal # 3985 - DC Commercial -1125 Ocean Avenue, Block 189.03 Lot 76.01. Variance
                            requested for free-standing sign.

Appeal # 3986 – Faraday Estates, LLC, Prospect Street, Block 490 Lot 1.02 M-1 zone. Use
                            variance to construct 11 duplexes

Appeal # 3987 – Jacob Lipschitz, 767 River Avenue, Block 782 Lot 36,HD-7 zone  Major
                            Subdivision for 9 single family lots.

Appeal # 3988 – Elyon Capital LLC, 110 E. Harvard Street, Block 227 Lot 3.01 R-10 zone.
                Single family home with variances. Requested.

Resolutions
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.  Use variance to approve single family homes on a minimum lot size of 15,000 square feet.

Appeal  # 3969 – Yeshivas Ohr Yissochor Academy, 350 Cross Street, Block 529 Lot 1
Block 530 Lot 1, R-40B Zone – Resolution to approve a use variance to construct a new school
building and gym.

2 comments:

  1. What are they doing with Massachusetts and Prospect Streets as well as Cross?

    The got another development coming up for a public hearing on the CORNER of Prospect and Massachusetts. 32 duplexes with basements. they want variances on those duplexes for less then 10 feet of frontage and less than a 15 foot backyard ON DUPLEXES.

    This development is on a small corner where traffice is often backed up beyond where the development begins. Whoever moves there will never be able to get out, they will be locked in.

    THIS IS INSANE

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    1. There should never be variances given for front setbacks. It creates an impossible situation it you ever need to add shoulders or widen a road. Also for the "beauty" of the town there should have to be a set amount of sq footage of grass and landscaping in front of every new house. Just 2 small thoughts.

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