A public hearing will be held before the Town of Victor Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday, June 5, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. at the Victor Town Hall, 85 East Main Street, Victor, NY to consider the following applications.
KEYSTONE CUSTOM DECKS, 6731 Setters Run, seeking an area variance to reduce the setback to 8’ where 10’ is required by §184-20 which states authorization to approve or deny cluster development and to grant variations in the dimensional standards (area) of Chapter 211 Zoning, concurrent with subdivision review as provided by §278 of the Town Law is granted to the Planning board, The parcel is a located within The Village on the Park major subdivision which is a clustered project. Under the clustering provisions the side setback (minimum yard) for parcels was reduced from 15’ to 10’. The parcel is also a corner lot; therefore, it has two front setbacks and two side setbacks. The property is zoned Residential 2 and is owned by Bernard Budimir.
PRIMAND, 6404 Erica Trail, seeking an area variance to keep shed located where it currently sits forward of the frontline of the home. The property lies within the Affronti at McMahon Road Planned Development District. The parcel is a corner lot therefore has two front setbacks. Accessory structures are not permitted to be forward of the frontline of the primary building per §211-31G. (2) of the town code. The property is zoned residential 2 and is owned by Lesia Primand.
SELF SERVE PET WASH, 7387 St Rt 96 Suite 200, seeking an area variance for an illuminated LED sign with the words PET WASH to be displayed within the business window where §131-8 states luminance from windows must not originate from illuminated signs and §131-10 states exterior lighting of nonresidential use properties must comply with the provisions regarding time of day and hours of operation, may only be operated during business hours. The property is zoned commercial/light industrial and is owned by DiMarco Family Victor, LLC.
/s/ Michael Reinhardt, Chairman
Town of Victor Zoning Board of Appeals
Print one time, The Daily Messenger, May 23, 2023.