Monday, June 12, 2017

Tonight: Lakewood Zoning Board Meeting

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT  June 12, 2017  700 P. M  Municipal building    See Agenda 
TBL- The variances requested here are outlandish! Does the VAAD really condone this type of irresponsible building? Do they really think that the below applications are appropriate? Assuming not, we ask them to please publicly and vocally speak up to defend the homeowners of Lakewood whose lifestyle is being attacked by over-development.

Appeal # 4024 – Zissel Morris, 5 James Street, Block 415 Lot 16, R-10 zone. Side yard setback
                      variance requested for a duplex.

Appeal # 4007 – Arm Land Group, LLC, Cross Street, Block 439 Lots 4 & 7, HD-7 zone.  To
                            construct 10 duplexes and 4 single family.

Appeal # 4021 - PBNPR Homes, LLC, 930 Park Avenue, Block 232 Lot 12, B-4 zone. Use
                          variance for an apartment building.



Appeal # 4023 – Elyon Capital, 110 East Harvard Street, Block 227 Lot 3.01, R-10 zone.  Side
                            yard setback variance requested.

Appeal # 4026 – Solomon Mikel, New York Avenue, Block 224 Lots 10.01, 10.02, R-10 zone.
                            To construct 2 single family homes requesting side yard setback variances and
                            lot coverage.

Appeal # 4027 – Drake Development, Drake & Cross Street, Block 251.02 Lots 90 & 98, R-40
                            zone.  Use variance for single family homes on undersized lots.

Appeal # 4028 – Bernard Warman, 320 Cross Street, Block 528 Lot 3, R40 zone.  Home office
                            with more employees then allowed by ordinance.

Appeal # 3971A – KG Investments, 742 ocean Avenue, Block 548 Lots 66, 281, 282, R-20
                               zone.  Preliminary and final major subdivision and site plan

Appeal # 4030 – Shmuel Zeffren, 644 Stirling Avenue, Block 189.05 Lot 149, R-10 zone.
                            Construct a duplex on an undersized lot.

Appeal # 4031 – Gerald Posen, 45 Sunset Road, Block 76 Lot 17, R-12 zone. To construct a
                             single family house with side yard setbacks requested for 4.36/10.70 where
                             10/15 are required.

Resolutions

Appeal # 3984 – Moshe Neiman, 1182 Buckwald Court, Block 27 Lot 1.07, R-12 zone. Resolution to approve 2 parking spaces where 5 is required.
Appeal # 3952A – Lakewood Investments, LLC.  James Street, Block 344 Lots 1.01 & 1.02
R-12 zone.  Resolution to approve preliminary and final major subdivision requested for the construction of duplex housing units.
Appeal # 4015 – Jodi Gelb, 302 & 306 Dewey Avenue, Block 247 Lots 17 & 18, R-7.5 zone.
Resolution to ap
prove a use variance for 2 duplexes on undersized lots.
Appeal # 4019 – Bentzion Weitzner, 617 Ocean Avenue, Block 189 Lot 133, R-10 zone.  Resolution for use variance for duplex approved.
Appeal # 4018 – Zichron Chaim – White Street & West Cross Street, Block 251.02 Lots 15 &
100, R-40 zone.   Resolution to approve use variance subdivision for 8 single family lots with the requirements of the R-15 zone.
Appeal # 4022 - Uri Kahanow, 75 Shady Lane Drive, Block 12 Lot 212, R-12 zone. Resolution to approve the construction of a 10.5 foot high retaining wall with a 4 foot chain link fence on top.
Appeal # 4025 - Sun Towbin, 1295 Towbin Avenue, Block 1160.14 Lot 51, M-1 zone. Resolution to deny additional use of retail for the existing warehouse building.

3 comments:

  1. Now that the elections are over it's time for the greenbacks to start flowing again. It's been a while and the paper bags are running low. Let's get some approvals going again!

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  2. I didn't have a chance to watch the live stream. Was the apt building approved or denied?
    Thank you

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  3. Call CAFRA in DEP in Trenton,make them aware of the very large housing proposed off Airport Rd, on a former toxic dump and downwind from the Smokestacks of the CoGen plant. Leave it as is , an industrial site that would bring in good ratables and jobs

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