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Posted on: May 10, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Town Zoning Board Public Hearings


A public hearing will be held before the Town of Victor Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday, May 20, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Victor Town Hall, 85 East Main Street, Victor, NY, to consider the following applications: 

1.    LA-Z-BOY FURNITURE, 40 Eastview Mall Drive, Victor, NY, for two signs to be constructed.  One on the North elevation and one on the East elevation.  The proposed sign on the north elevation will be 141 sf.  The linear distance of this space is 124 feet. §165-5B(3) indicates that one sf of signage is allowed per linear foot of frontage on an elevation.  The proposed sign on the east elevation is 75 sf which would be code compliant except that the Stickley sign on the east elevation has been indicated that it will remain.  An area variance is required as Stickley will no longer have frontage on this elevation. The property is zoned Commercial.

2.  Paul Zweers, 7272 Gillis Road, Victor, NY, for a shed that is located closer than 15 feet to the side lot line and for a fence that extends beyond the front line of the house.  Code requires a 15 foot side setback and more specifically §211-20C states that accessory structures, such as storage sheds, must observe a 15 foot property line setback on residentially zoned property. The property is zoned Residential 2 and owned by the applicant.

3.  Charbel Moussallem, 920 Willis Hill Road, Victor, NY for placement of a storage shed forward of the front line of the primary structure, whereas §211-31G(2) states no accessory structure shall be forward of the primary building. The property is zoned Residential 2 and owned by the applicant.

4. Paul and Cindy English, 6266 Murphy Drive, Victor, NY, removal of a handicap ramp and proposes replacing it with a 6’ x 12’ open porch/deck. §138-6(A) states there shall be 20 feet from the road right-of-way, but no less than 25 feet from the edge of the road pavement.  On a corner lot, there shall only be one front setback, which shall be measured from the driveway side of the manufactured home unit. The property is zoned Mobile Home and owned by the applicants.

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