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Zoning Hearing Board 2009 04-28 agenda


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The Agenda for the Zoning Hearing Board Kangaroo Court which resulted in 4 no votes and 1 yes vote. The one yes because "its illegal not to".

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  • Evidenced Public Records Document ZP (Zoning Procedure) 1A (First Public File; Appendix A). Appeal Agenda for the April 28th, 2009; Zoning Hearing Board Regular Session.
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Zoning Hearing Board 2009 04-28 agenda

  1. 1. April 28, 2009 City of Erie, Pennsylvania ZONING HEARING BOARD 1:00 P.M.The regular meeting of the Zoning Hearing Board will be held Tuesday, April 28,2009 at 1:00 p.m., in City Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 626 State Street. - AGENDA -THE FOLLOWING APPEAL WILL BE HEARD:The Board will disclose their recommended amendments to the ZoningOrdinance in regard to the March 24, 2009 validity challenge by Erie RenewableEnergy.Appeal #11,042 (1046-101) by John Nekeloff concerning property located atState and Front Streets. The appellant wishes to place an advertising sign at thislocation. Advertising signs are not permitted in Waterfront Districts.Appeal #11,043 (3056-233) by Robert Widing concerning property located at1156 West 11th Street. The appellant is running a rooming house which is not apermitted use in an R-2 zoning districtAppeal #11,044 (2007-223) by City Mission concerning property located at 118-120 East 11th Street. The appellant is building a new facility and requests relieffrom Section 205.29 which requires no frontyard setback in a C-3 zoning district.Appeal #11,045 (3104-105) by Erie County and Environmental CoordinationServices concerning property located at 1556 West 12th Street. The appellantswish to use this as a Collection Event Facility for household hazardous waste.This is not a permitted use in an M-1 zoning district.