Consent to Sever & Minor Variance Application: A-02-18

Details

File:

A-02-18

Location:

537 Sherbrooke Street

Request:

A Minor Variance Application has been submitted by Paul Lamarche, seeking relief from Zoning By-law 2015-30, Section 3.39 “Residential Intensification Area” to reduce the Minimum Lot Area per dwelling unit from 185m2 to 134m2, and from Section 4.8.1 “Residential Zone Parking Regulations” to increase the Maximum Front Yard Parking permitted from 62% to 100% in order to legalize an existing triplex located at 537 Sherbrooke Street.

Public Meeting:

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. in the City Hall 7th Floor Executive Boardroom, 200 McIntyre Street East, North Bay

Public Meeting Notice

  1. This Notice is forwarded to you in accordance with Section 45, Subsection 5 of the Planning Act 1990, and amendments thereto.
  2. A Minor Variance Application has been submitted by Paul Lamarche, seeking relief from Zoning By-law 2015-30, Section 3.39 “Residential Intensification Area” to reduce the Minimum Lot Area per dwelling unit from 185m2 to 134m2, and from Section 4.8.1 “Residential Zone Parking Regulations” to increase the Maximum Front Yard Parking permitted from 62% to 100% in order to legalize an existing triplex located at 537 Sherbrooke Street.
  3. The Committee of Adjustment has appointed Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. in the City Hall 7th Floor Executive Boardroom, 200 McIntyre Street East, North Bay for a Public Hearing in this matter.
  4. The Committee of Adjustment wishes to advise you, as a property owner within 200 feet of the Applicant’s land, of the Hearing. The Committee shall hear the Applicant and every other person who desires to be heard in favour of, or against, the Application.
  5. If you wish to be notified of the decision of the Committee of Adjustment in respect of this Application, you must submit a written request to the Committee of Adjustment. This will also entitle you to be advised of a possible Ontario Municipal Board Hearing. Even if you are the successful party, you should request a copy of the decision since the decision may be appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board by the Applicant or another member of the public.
  6. The Applicant or Agent MUST be present at the Hearing to present the Application.
  7.  If applicable, it is requested that any owner of land that contains seven (7) or more residential units that this Notice of Public Hearing be placed in a location that is visible to all of the residents.

Elizabeth Courville
Secretary-Treasurer
Committee of Adjustment

Related Documents

Map of Subject Property

map of subject property

Contacts

Elizabeth Courville
 Zoning Administrator
 (705) 474-0400 x2401