The Martinsville Board of Zoning Appeals was called to order by Chairman Anna Elliott at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, Martinsville, IN.
Those members present were:
Chairman Anna Elliott; Vice-Chairman Katie Barnard; Secretary Marilyn Siderewicz; Tom Hacker; and Dessen Miller.
Also in attendance: Bob Strader, Building Inspector ; Dale Coffey, Board Attorney
MINUTES: A motion was made by Tom Hacker to approve the minutes of the July 26, 2022, meeting. This motion was seconded by Dessen Miller and passed unanimously.
Docket #BZA22011: Use Variance Request to place a 10 ft. x 16 ft. outbuilding on property for pet grooming services; Address: W. Highland St. & N. Maple St.; Legal Description: S33 T12 R1E PT SW 77’ x 1.112 Chains; .18 AC (0.188 AC PER DEED) Parcel #55-09-33-355-001.001.000-021; Owner: Steinway Family Revocable Trust.
Judy Steinway made the presentation to the BZA Board. Ms. Steinway was asking for a Use Variance Request. She said that she would like to place a 10 ft. x 16 ft. outbuilding on the lot for the purpose of pet grooming. A picture of the proposed outbuilding was distributed to the members of the Board.
Parking would not be a problem because the customers would be spaced one hour apart. The water company has marked the water lines. The sewage will be tapped into the existing sewer. There is a flat green space, approximately 200 sq. ft. which needs to be secured. Ms. Steinway lives across the street from the proposed lot.
MOTION: Katie Barnard moved to approve the Use Variance request to place a 10 ft. x 16 ft. outbuilding on property for pet grooming services at W. Highland St. and North Maple St., as requested by Judy Steinway. The motion was seconded by Dessen Miller and passed unanimously.
NEW BUSINESS: None.
OTHER BUSINESS: None.
NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING:
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Martinsville Board of Zoning Appeals will be Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at 6:00 PM.
There being no further business, the meeting adjourned with a motion made by Dessen Miller, seconded by Tom Hacker, and passed unanimously.