At the October 28 BZAP meeting, the following applications will be discussed:
Address: 934 Euclaire
Request: The applicant is seeking Architectural Review and approval for a new front porch to replace an awning and an addition of a 1.5 story structure over an existing flat roof garage. The applicant is also seeking a variance from Bexley Code Section 1252.09 (R-6) zoning, which required a 30’ front yard setback, to allow the 1 ½ story addition over the attached garage on the east side of the principal structure to encroach 11’1” into the front yard setback along Charles Street side of the property.
Address: 276 S. Stanwood
Request: The applicant is requesting Architectural Review and approval to allow a new deck to replace an existing elevated Patio. The applicant is also seeking a variance from Bexley Code Section 1252.11(c)which allows an uncovered deck to encroach 4’ into the 25’ rear yard setback in accordance with Bexley Code Section 1252.09(R-6) zoning. If approved, the deck would be 15.5’ from the rear property line. The existing elevated patio is 18.5’ from the existing rear property line.
Address: 2371 Bryden
Request: The applicant is requesting Architectural Review and approval to allow and existing screened porch to be enclosed living space. The applicant is also seeking a variance from Bexley Code Section 1252.09 (R-6) zoning district, which required a 20’ side yard setback from the street side of a corner lot, to allow the existing side screened porch that is 16’6” from the east side property line along Dawson Avenue to be converted to enclosed living space.
Address: 261 S. Columbia Avenue
Request: The applicant is seeking a variance from Bexley Code Section 1262.06, which permits circular driveways on lots having a minimum front yard width at the street right-of-way of at least one hundred and fifty (150) feet, to allow an existing circular driveway to remain and be modified on the 141’ wide lot.
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