BOARD OF APPEALS
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2017
Work Session - 5:00 p.m. Meeting - 6:00 p.m.
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, 7840 ROSWELL ROAD, BUILDING 500
Chairman Sandler called the Board of Appeals June 2017 Meeting to Order at 6:00 pm.
Agenda, June 8, 2017
Member Moller moved to approve the June meeting agenda, seconded by Member Berman and passing by unanimous voice vote.
A motion was made by Member Lichtenstein to approve the Minutes of the May 2017 meeting which was then seconded by Member A. Johnson and passing via unanimous voice vote.
471 Johnson Ferry Road
Variance from Section 103-73(c)(7) of the Zoning Ordinance, to allow a recently constructed second curb cut to remain on a Collector street.
The Applicant, Carl Streck, and attorney, Pete Hendricks, who is representing the applicant, spoke in support of the request. There was a motion to accept information provided by the Applicant. Member Moller moved to accept the additional information, seconded by Member Lichtenstein and carried. Information packet was accepted. Also, speaking in support were Sandy Springs citizens Kenneth Wood and Michelle McIntosh-Ross. There was a time extension by three (3) minutes so that all in support be allowed time to speak.
The Board of Appeals Members discussed the request in order to define hardship regarding the second curb cut and the problems surrounding the request. Based on all information provided and per the discussion, Member Moller moved to deny the request based on Staff's Recommendation, in that the request was not consistent with the definition of a hardship. The motion was seconded by Member A. Johnson with all members voting in favor of the denial with a voice vote, 6-0-0.
Chairman Sandler asked Ginger Sottile, Planning and Zoning Manager, to provide an update to the Board of Appeals on the Development Code and Zoning Map which are currently being revised. Ms. Sottile gave information on the timeline for the Development Code and Zoning Map, from draft versions to completed version that will be presented to City Council.
No new business was heard at this time.
No public comment was heard.
The meeting was adjourned at 7:10 p.m.
Member Moller moved to adjourn with Member A. Johnson seconding the motion which passed by unanimous voice vote, 6-0-0.