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MIAMI SHORES VILLAGE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD REGULAR MEETING MARCH 24, 2005

 

Mr. Sarafan swore in all those participating in the meeting.

Chairman Abramitis disclosed that he visited all the sites;

Mr. Reese disclosed that he visited all the sites

Mr. Crutchfiled disclosed that he visited 301 NE 101 St before the last meeting.

ITEM II: APPROVAL OF MINUTES-

The February 24, 2005 minutes were moved to the end of the agenda.

ITEM III: SCHEDULE ITEMS

Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR)

Michele Mellgreen (Consultant)

Michele & Associates

Mr. Berg explained that every 5 years, local government is required to do an Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) on their comprehensive plan. This is a report on how well your local government is doing on accomplishing the goals and objective of your plan. Every local government is required to report on a variety of items (affordable housing transportation efforts, infrastructure, coastal development, water and sewer efforts, future land uses, etc), Even though it isn't always applicable to each municipality. Michelle Mellgren of Michele, Mellgren & Associates, was present. She explained the time frames deadlines and procedure for the EAR. She noted the statutory requirements and she also answered some question from the Board members. She explained that there would be other public hearings. Mr. Crutchfield commented that he would have liked more time to offer input. After discussion from the Board, Mr. Reese made a motion to forward the report to be review by the DCA. Mr. Abramitis seconded. Motion passed (3-0).

 

PZ05-0224-04
James Smith (architect)
Simone Mayer (owner)
301 N.E. 101st Street
Sec. 604: Site plan approval-garage enclosure, a second story addition, Sec. 523.1: variance-requesting flat roof addition in front where code requires flat additions in the rear.

Mr. Berg explained the basis of the request and the site conditions and recommended tabling the application for the site plan to be revised. Mr. Berg recommended denial of the variance request for flat roof. The applicants are requesting site plan approval for a garage enclosure and a second story addition. The applicants are also requesting an approval variance to erect a flat roof in front where the code require flat roofs to be erected in the rear within the prolongations of the building. The applicants, Simone Mayer (owner) and James Smith her agent and President of Smith & Smith Design, were there to present the case. Mr. Smith stated that the existing house is flat roof. Mr. Smith presented pictures to the board and explained that the architectural structure of the house is harmonious with the other properties. After Board discussion, Mr. Crutchfield made a motion to approve the application. Mr. Reese seconded. Chairman Abramitis stated that he is concerned in the increasing amount of flat roof. Chairman Abramitis disagreed on the approval of the application. Mr. Crutchfield withdrew the motion. Mr. Reese withdrew his second. Mr. Crutchfield made a motion to table the application. Mr. Reese seconded. Motion passed (3-0).

 

PZ05-0324-01
Wachovia
9899 N.E. 2 Ave
Sec. 604: Site plan approval-4 wall signs, a pylon sign, and a parking lot sign.

Mr. Berg explained the basis of the request, the site conditions, and recommended a reduction in the number of signs, and a smaller design in the back (1/2 the size of the proposal), and either a detached or wall sign in the front along N.E. 2 Ave. Mr. Dell Brickman of NW Sign Industries was there to present the case. The applicants are requesting approval of 4 wall signs, a pylon and parking lot sign to replace all of the existing signage with company's name. After discussion from the Board, Mr. Crutchfield made a motion to approve the application without the street sign on 99th Street, and to keep the wall sign on 2nd Ave, and the wall sign in the rear to be limited to 6 sq. ft., non-lluminated. The pylon sign to be limited to existing height and size. Chairman Abramitis seconded for discussion. He stated the he didn't support the replacement of existing pylon sign. Motion passed (3-0).

 

PZ05-0324-02
Gary Mars (owner)
Ari Sklar (owner)
448 N.E. 96th Street.
Sec. 604: Site plan approval- lot split

Mr. Berg explained the basis of the request, the site conditions, and recommended to table the application until an opinion of the title is submitted, the encroachment is removed to comply with setbacks requirements, and a folio numbers is assigned to the proposed site. Mr. Ari Sklar. The applicant is requesting to subdivide the property and create two buildable lots by separating Lots 3,4, 5, and the east ½ of Lot 6. The applicants seek to establish Lot 3 (50') and the east ½ of Lot 4 (25') as a separate building site from the rest of the property, which is improved. After discussion from the Board, Chairman Abramitis made a motion to table the application. Mr. Crutchfiled seconded. Motion passed (3-0). The case is to be scheduled for the April 14, 2005.

ITEM II: APPROVAL OF MINUTES- February 24, 2005

Mr. Crutchfield made a motion to table February 24, 2005 minutes for April 28, 2005. Mr. Abramitis seconded the motion. Motion passed 3-0.

V. NEXT MEETING.

The next regular meeting will be on April 28, 2005.

V. ADJOURNMENT

The March 24, 2005 Planning and Zoning meeting was adjourned at 10:00 P.M