Victoria N. Igboeli-Ilodi, owner, appeals to change use from a service station to an auto repair garage an existing one-story masonry building on a 120’ x 132’ corner parcel located in a B1 Two-Family District on the southwest corner of Union Avenue and East 124th Street; subject to the limitations of Section 337.03 the proposed auto repair is not permitted in a Two-Family District and is first permitted under Section 345.03(c)(2) in a Semi-Industry District, provided it is not less than 100 feet from a residence district and the proposed auto repair abuts a Two-Family District at the rear and west side of the lot; and in a front yard is not a permitted encroachment under the provisions of Section 357.13; and the substitution of a nonconforming use, from a service station to auto repair, requires the Board of Zoning Appeals approval as stated in Section 359.01 of the oferman Avenue and Westr 74th Street at 7405 Herman Avenue; Herman the Codified Ordinances. (Filed 2-27-09)
Janice Dillard, owner, appealed under Section 209.06(b) of the Cleveland Codified Ordinances from the decision of the Deputy Commissioner of Park Maintenance and Properties, that Parcel Number 106-21-135, a vacant lot at 391 Whitehorn Avenue, was in violation of the Cleveland Codified Ordinance Section 209.01, where no owner or person in possession or control of any lot or land within the city shall fail to keep such lot or land free of refuse, etc. as noted in Section 209.01 and that the city’s vacant lot crew abated the nuisance and the owner was billed for the service by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Properties. (Filed 3-4-09)
George Sass, owner, appeals to establish use as a parking lot a vacant 38’ x 106.25’ parcel located in a General Industry District; and the provisions of Sections 352.08 through 352.11 require that a 10 foot wide landscaping transition strip be installed along the east side of the lot where it abuts a Two-Family District. (Filed 3-5-09)
St. Martin de Porres High School, owner, appeals to place a 64 foot by 23.6 foot mobile classroom unit on a 40’ x 117.65’ vacant corner parcel located in a Two-Family District; the use of the premises for public or private school requires review and approval of the Board of Zoning Appeals and that it must be located at least 30 feet from any adjoining premises in a residence district, according to Sections 337.03(b) and 337.02(f)(3) of the Codified Ordinances. (Filed 3-6-09)
POSTPONED FROM FEBRUARY 9, 2009
Abeco-Ayad, Inc., owner, and Mark Brown, tenant, appeal to establish use as a vehicle repair garage in an existing one-story building on a 200’ x 150.25’ corner lot in a General Retail Business District at 5400 Cedar Avenue; subject to the limitations of Section 343.11 a vehicle repair garage is not permitted but first permitted in a Semi-Industry District, provided that such use is located not less than 100 feet from a Residence District and the proposed use abuts a Multi-Family District; and a 10 foot wide landscaping/transition strip is required along the west side of the lot where the lot abuts a Multi-Family District, and a 6 foot wide landscaping strip is required along Cedar Avenue and East 55th Street, according to the provisions of Section 352.08 through 352.11 of the Codified Ordinances. (Filed 12-2-08; testimony taken.)
Second postponement granted to allow applicants to consult with the local development corporation, the Councilwoman and the City Planning representative about the proposed change of use plan.
Dwayne Smith, owner, appeals for a change of use from a restaurant and game room to a tire shop an existing one-story building on a 46’ x 150’ corner parcel in a General Retail Business District; subject to the limitations of Section 343.11, the auto garage/tire repair or installation shop is not permitted and is first permitted in a Semi-Industry District, provided that it is a distance of not less than 100 feet from a residence district; there being 3 off-street parking spaces required according to Section 349.04(g); and contrary to Section 343.18(d) the proposed driveway exceeds the maximum allowed width of 30 feet and unsafe backing out onto the street; a 6 foot wide landscaping strip is required where the parking abuts East 72nd Street and none is proposed, contrary to Section 352.10 of the Codified Ordinances.
First postponement requested by applicant to meet with the Councilman, Slavic Village Development and City Planning about the project.