Land Use Case Reviews • Monday, Nov 30 at 6pm
Land Use Case Reviews of Requests for Variance
Monday, November 30 at 6pm
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 526 East 52 Street
The Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association Land Use committee will meet to review requests for variance of development standards. The MKNA Land Use Committee will consider these cases and make recommendations to the full MKNA Board. All interested neighbors are encouraged to attend.
5858 Forest Lane, filed for Ryan McNew by Bob Abbott
Petition Case # 2015-DV2-0000
Variance for development standards of the Dwelling Districts Zoning Ordinance to construct a 238 square foot attached garage with a 9 foot rear setback (20 foot rear setback required).
932 East 38 Street, filed for Mohammad Abdullah by David Kingen and Justin Kingen
Petition Case #2015-CZN-828/2015-CVR-828, continued from last month
The petitioner requests to rezone 0.24 acre from D-5 (W- 5) district to C-3C (W-5) classification; and variances for use and development standards of the Commercial Zoning Ordinance to:
- Allow minor auto repairs such as tune-up, battery check and replacement, and other light repair at the shop, a tire shop, with outdoor display (not permitted);
- Legally establish zero-foot front yards along 38th Street and Winthrop (10 foot front yards, with landscaping required);
- Legally establish zero-foot front west and north transitional yards (15-foot transitional yards, with landscaping required); and
- Legally establish a trash container in front of the established front line of the building (not permitted).
5736 Central Avenue, filed for Jaci Thiede by James P. Mack
Petition Case #2015-DV2-032
Variance for use and development standards of the Dwelling Districts Zoning Ordinance to legally establish a two-story dwelling with a 2.25 foot north side setback to provide for a two story building addition and a one story 557.34 square foot garage addition with a 3.33 foot north side setback (minimum 7 foot setback required) and to provide for a 120 square-foot screened porch addition with a 7.33 foot south side setback creating a 9.58 foot aggregate side yard setback (minimum 19 foot aggregate side yard setback required).
5140 Broadway, filed for Matthew and MaryAnn Mindrum by James P. Mack
Petition Case #2015-DV2-033
Variance for use and development standards of the Dwelling Districts Zoning Ordinance to legally establish a two-story dwelling with a 3.8 foot north side setback (minimum 5 foot setback required), to provide a 1,260 square foot two-story building addition with a three foot south side setback (minimum five foot south side setback required) and to provide for a 576 square foot detached garage with a 1.2 foot north side setback, resulting in a five foot aggregate side setback (minim five-foot side setback, minimum 13 foot aggregate side setback required) and with a 3.6 foot rear setback (minimum five foot rear setback required).
123 East 47 Street, filed for Roger Ward by Robert Frazee
Consultation with MKNA to provide feedback. The project would connect the house to the garage with a one-story enclosed breezeway that will have French doors and be finished in the same materials as the house. See forwarded figures.
PROCESS for Requests for Variance
The Land Use Committee of Meridian~Kessler Neighborhood Association meets on the first Tuesday of every month to review petitions for variance of use and development standards of the Dwelling Districts Zoning Ordinance for Indianapolis.
When seeking a review by the MKNA Land Use Committee, petitioners must provide MKNA with a copy of the Legal Notice of Public Hearing by the 15th of the preceding month (approximately two weeks before the regularly scheduled MKNA Land Use Committee meeting). If the MKNA meeting falls after the scheduled DMD scheduled hearing date, MKNA will file a request for automatic continuance for the public hearing. This means Indianapolis Board of Zoning Appeals will postpone their hearing for four weeks.
Indianapolis Board of Zoning Appeals
These cases may ultimately be scheduled to be heard by the Board of Zoning Appeals in the Public Assembly room of the City County Building (200 East Washington St).
Copies of the proposals listed above and all plans and exhibits pertaining thereto will be on file and available for examination prior to the hearing in Room 1821 of the City-County Building, Indianapolis, Indiana, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.
Written objections to a proposal may be filed with the Secretary of the Metropolitan Board of Zoning Appeals, as appropriate, before the hearing at the above address and such objections will be considered. At the hearing, all interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard in reference to the matters contained in said proposals. The hearing may be continued from time to time as may be found necessary.
Public hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. For accommodations needed by persons with disabilities planning to attend the hearing, please call 327-5155, or 317-327-5186 for the hearing impaired, at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the hearing.
Department of Metropolitan Development, Division of Planning, Current Planning Division