A public hearing will be held before the Town of Victor Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday, December 5, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. at the Victor Town Hall, 85 East Main Street, Victor, NY to consider the following applications.
TOTH’S SPORTS 71 Victor Heights Parkway, seeking an area variance to reduce the west side building setback from 30 feet to approximately 11 feet to allow a building addition of approximately 1,500 SF when §211 Schedule 2 height and area requirements states each side yard shall be a minimum of 30 feet. The property is zoned light industrial and is owned by T-Sport LLC.
ENGEBRECHT, 7980 Main Street Fishers, seeking an area variance to build a detached 3 car garage with living space above forward of the frontline of the home when §211-31 G. (2) states accessory structures are not permitted to be forward of the frontline of the principal structure and §211-20 R-2 states multiple detached single-family dwellings are not permitted in the R-2 district. The property is zoned Residential 2 and is owned by Jeffrey Ronald Engebrecht Rev Living Trust.
KRUCHTEN Interpretation, 7263 State Route 96, seeking an interpretation of to determine whether a gold and jewelry exchange is an allowed use in the district. The property is zoned light industrial and is owned by Astraea, LLC.
KEYSTONE CUSTOM DECKS 1046 Warters Cove, seeking an area variance for side setback reduction for a recently constructed accessory structure (pool house/covered deck) from the required 15 feet to 10.54 feet where §211-20. C. states 15’ is required. The property is zoned residential 2 and is owned by Corey Smith.
VALENTOWN PLAZA, 7724 State Route 96 and 300 High Street, seeking an area variance to allow a freestanding monument sign 74 SF in total identifying a specific business (4 to be identified) where §165-5 B. (1) states one freestanding monument building identification sign may be installed which identifies the name of the building or plaza but does not identify any specific business. A building identification sign may be freestanding, not to exceed 10 feet in height and 20 square feet in total area. The sign will have multiple typeface fonts where §165-4 (4) states No more than two typeface fonts may be used on any one sign or group of signs indicating one message and will advertise for the use on an adjacent parcel where §165-6 D states Unrelated signs. Business use signs must advertise a bona fide business conducted on the premise where the sign is located. The property is zoned commercial and is owned by 46 North Avenue, LLC.
/s/ Michael Reinhardt, Chairman
Town of Victor Zoning Board of Appeals
Print one time, The Daily Messenger, November 29, 2022