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Planning Board Minutes - July 26 2012 Thursday, 7:00 P.M.

MIAMI SHORES VILLAGE PLANNING BOARD MEETING

 

Village Hall Council Chambers

10050 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores

 

July 26, 2012

Thursday, 7:00 P.M.

 

 

  1. I.ROLL CALL.

Present: Richard Fernandez, Chair, Sid Reese, Paul Madsen, Robert Abramitis, David Dacquisto, Director of Planning and Zoning (Not voting), Richard Sarafan, Village Attorney (Not voting).

Absent/Excused: John Busta, Norm Bruhn, Building Official.

 

 

  1. II.BOARD MEMBER DISCLOSURES

 

  1. III.ACTION ITEMS: PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

  1. a.None.

 

  1. IV.MINUTES

 

  1. a.June 28, 2012

Motion: Approve minutes. Action: Accept, Moved by Paul Madsen, Seconded by Sid Reese.

Minutes approved unanimously.

 

 

  1. V.SCHEDULED ITEMS

 

SWEARING IN OF WITNESSES BY VILLAGE ATTORNEY:

“Do you solemnly swear or affirm that the testimony you are about to give will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.”

 

 

TABLED ITEMS

   None

 

 

NEW ITEMS

 

  1. 1.PZ-6-12-201221: 510 NE 95th Street, (Owner) Daniel Perez, (Applicant) Same, (Agent) None; Pursuant to Articles IV, V and VI of Appendix A Zoning, Special site plan review and approval. Addition and garage conversion.

 

Mr. Dacquisto provided background information, summarized the information on the staff report and read the staff recommendation and conditions of approval into the record. Mr. Perez was present and did not have any questions for Mr. Dacquisto. Mr. Abramitis had questions for staff regarding swale parking and if it was up to code. Staff answered that swale parking was not reviewed for this application. Mr. Abramitis also asked if there is an existing shower in the accessory building. Staff answered yes; there is a shower in the now proposed game room. Mr. Chairman asked if there were two parking spaces within the plot and Mr. Dacquisto stated there are two separate parking pads. Mr. Chairman also asked if the accessory structure was a non-conforming structure. Mr. Dacquisto answered it conformed to setbacks. Mr. Daniel Perez stated there is a permit for pavers with building department.

 

Motion to Approve subject to staff recommendations. Action: Accept; Moved by Paul Madsen, Seconded by Sid Reese.

Motion passed unanimously.

 

  1. 2.PZ-6-12-201222: 1080 NE 105th Street, (Owner) Veronique Sfara, (Applicant) Same, (Agent) David Morton; Pursuant to Articles IV, V and VI of Appendix A Zoning, Special site plan review and approval. Addition, waterfront development and Sec. 518 (b): Fences in the front yard.

 

Mr. Dacquisto provided background information, summarized the information on the staff report and read the staff recommendation and conditions of approval into the record. Mr. Morton was present as agent. Mr. Abramitis asked staff if new wood deck on plans was already approved and staff answered yes. Mr. Chairman asked staff about metal sliding gate and materials used and drain issues. Mr. Madsen asked staff about existing deck and set back. Mr. Morton made his presentation and addressed boards concerns regarding setback and fence material. Aluminum is the material that will be used for fence. Mr. Abramitis asked if it is possible to separate issues on fence and addition.

 

Motion: Deny metal gate as part of application. Moved by Robert Abramitis, Seconded by Richard Fernandez.

 

Discussion: Mr. Dacquisto mentioned that ornamental metal is the material that is accepted as material for fences. Board members discussed height and code.

 

Vote: Yes: Paul Madsen, Robert Abramitis, Chairman Fernandez.

No: Sid Reese.

Summary (Yes=3, No=1).

 

Motion: Approve subject to staff recommendations and amended application to use ornamental metal at the gate. Moved by Paul Madsen, Seconded by Sid Reese.

Motion passed unanimously.

 

 

  1. 3.PZ-7-12-201223: 9835 NE 4th Avenue Road, (Owner) Carlos Castello, (Applicant) Same, (Agent) None; Pursuant to Articles IV, V and VI of Appendix A Zoning, Special site plan review and approval. Garage conversion.

 

Mr. Dacquisto provided background information, summarized the information on the staff report and read the staff recommendation and conditions of approval into the record. Mr. Castello was present and asked about fence but it did not require board approval. Mr. Abramitis asked questions about swale. Mr. Castello made his presentation and is rectifying an existing garage conversion that was made without permits.

 

 

Motion: Approve subject to staff recommendations with added requirement that the applicant remove the paving in the swale. Action: Accept; Moved by Robert Abramitis, Seconded by Sid Reese for discussion.

 

Discussion: Mr. Abramitis questioned swale area and paved area that was probably not placed correctly. Board members and staff analyze road and swale.

 

Vote: Yes: Paul Madsen, Robert Abramitis, Sid Reese.

No: Richard Fernandez

Summary (Yes=3, No=1).

Motion Passed.

 

 

  1. 4.PZ-7-12-201224: 9636 NE 2nd Avenue, (Owner) Francis Everett, (Applicant) Arthur Cummins, (Agent) None; Pursuant to Articles V and VI of Appendix A Zoning, Special Site plan review and approval. Wall sign.

 

Mr. Dacquisto provided background information, summarized the information on the staff report and read the staff recommendation and conditions of approval into the record. Mr. Cummins was present and did not have any questions for board or staff. Chairman asked what type of kitchen this was and if cooking would require hoods and fire suppression and staff responded that, the kind of cooking that was taking place did not require hoods or exhausts. Mr. Cummins stated no stoves were present at this location.

 

Motion: Approve subject to staff recommendations. Action: Accept; Moved by Paul Madsen, Seconded by Sid Reese.

Motion passed unanimously.

 

  1. 5.PZ-7-12-201225: 9806 and 9830 NE 2nd Avenue, (Owner) Miami Shores Center LLC, (Applicant) Elaiza Irizarry, (Agent) Rafael Gomez; Pursuant to Articles V and VI of Appendix A Zoning, Special Site plan review and approval. Wall sign.

 

Mr. Dacquisto provided background information, summarized the information on the staff report and read the staff recommendation and conditions of approval into the record. Mr. Gomez was present as agent and did not have any questions for Mr. Dacquisto. Mr. Chairman asked if the changes would affect existing Playground Theatre sign and staff answered that it did not. No questions from board.

 

Motion: Approve subject to staff recommendations. Action: Accept; Moved by Paul Madsen. Seconded by Sid Reese.

Motion passed unanimously.

 

  1. 6.PZ-7-12-201226: 9510 Biscayne Boulevard, (Owner) Salvatore Annese, (Applicant) Same, (Agent) None; Pursuant to Articles V and VI of Appendix A Zoning, Special site plan review and approval. Garage conversion.

 

Mr. Dacquisto provided background information, summarized the information on the staff report and read the staff recommendation and conditions of approval into the record. Mr. Annese was present and asked Mr. Dacquisto about 5ft cutback since garage is in the back of the house. Mr. Dacquisto stated it is a zoning code requirement and it is established to create some separation from home.

 

 

Motion: Approve subject to staff recommendations. Action: Accept; Moved by Sid Reese, Seconded by Robert Abramitis.

Motion passed unanimously.

 

  1. VI.DISCUSSION ITEMS

 

  1. a.None.

 

  1. VII.NEXT WORKSHOP

 

  1. a.None scheduled.

 

  1. VIII.NEXT REGULAR HEARING – September 20, 2012, there is no meeting in August.

 

  1. a.Regular agenda.

 

  1. IX.ADJOURNMENT

          

Pursuant to Chapter 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if person decides to appeal any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.

 

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