Sought after variations for apartments on S. Mammoth Road, Second Street and Pearl Street
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the Manchester Zoning Council will meet on Thursday, May 13 at 6 p.m.. Remember, meetings are held online to adhere to COVID protocols and can be accessed by tune to channel 22 on your TV or online: PEG Channel 22 | manchestertv
PLANNING BOARD HIGHLIGHTS
At May 6 Planning Council public hearing, cases were heard for a site plan and planned development at 983 South Mammoth Road, an adjustment of the lot line at 241 and 261 Candia Road to add parking for apartments and a take-out restaurant, and the addition of a distillery at 252 S Willow Street. These requests will be considered at the business meeting, scheduled for May 20. A request for a review of the site plan for 310 Second Street has been postponed to June 3, brief notices will be sent, and applications for a conditional use permit and site plan review for 121 Front Street have been made. withdrawn.
Regulation respecting the examination of subdivision and site plans, public hearing, May 20.
The Manchester Planning Board will hold a public hearing on May 20, 2021 to receive public comments on the proposed changes to its regulation on the review of subdivision and site plans. The proposed changes serve two purposes. The first is to change the criteria for what requires Board approval, especially with regard to changes in use. The second is to refer more directly to the stormwater regulations enforced by the Manchester Department of Public Works. For more details on the proposed changes, please visit: Announcements – Community Planning and Development (manchesternh.gov) Public comments are encouraged.
This will be a busy week for the Zoning Council as it prepares to review 18 applications. The agenda for this month’s meeting is available here 2021-05-13_ZBA_AGENDA.PDF. Here is a summary highlighting several cases. You can find links to all of the project’s applications on the Zoning Board home page.
If you would like to learn more about specific exemption requests or find out more about zoning districts, you can find more details in the online version of the Manchester Zoning Ordinance.
800-1802 Elm Street, Zoning District R-3 / PO, Ward 3 (ZBA2021-016), filed from April 8 ZBA meeting
Tanya Devoy (Plaintiff) proposes to occupy approximately 1170 square feet of space for a beauty salon with no more than 25% of the space occupied to provide semi-permanent makeup services and seeks a deviation from the sections 5.10 Beauty salon offering semi-permanent makeup services of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-016-1800-1802_ELM_STREET_REVISED.PDF
610 Second Street, Zoning District B-2, Ward 10 (ZBA2021-017), filed from April 8 ZBA meeting
Eric Mitchell (Agent) proposes to reconstruct a fire damaged building with three additional housing units by adding a full third floor resulting in a six family dwelling, with a front yard setback of 11.7 ‘where 20’ is required, a side yard setback of 3.3 ‘where 20’ is required, without the required landscaped perimeter of 10 ‘around the parking area, with a portion of the driveway less than the 22’ required width, with stacked parking spaces and with the proposed waste contained in the side yard setback and looking for a deviation from the sections 5.10 (A) 6 multi-family dwellings, 6.03 (A) front yard setback, 6.03 (C) side yard setback, 10.07 (G) landscaping, 10.06 (A) parking layout and 8.29 (B) ancillary structures and uses of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-04-08_ZBA2021-017-610_SECOND_STREET.PDF
587 Maple Street, Zoning District C-1, Ward 2 (ZBA2021-022), filed from April 8 ZBA meeting
Shaquwanda Allen (Applicant) proposes to convert an office building into a barber shop with a parking space within 4ft of a building and a lot line and where vehicles are required to exit the parking area. parking while backing up on the public road and looks for a deviation from the section 5.10 (H-6) 3 Hairdressing salon, 10.09 (A) Parking setbacks and 10.07 (D) Parking maneuver of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-022-587_MAPLE_STREET_REVISED.PDF
31 Aaron Drive, Zoning District R-1B, Ward 6 (ZBA2021-036)
Brandon Wilson (Applicant) proposes to establish a one-chair beauty salon as home occupancy, with parking space to support commercial use, as well as maintain a shed 1 ‘from the back lot line where 4 ‘is required and looks for a derogation from sections 8.25 (B) 9 (a) Home beauty salon, 10.02 (F) Professional parking in the residential area and 8.29 (A) 3 Accessory structures and uses of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-036-131_AARON_DRIVE.PDF
1019 Hanover Street, Zoning District R-1B, Ward 5 (ZBA2021-038)
Deo Mwano (applicant) proposes to establish a professional office use and a new housing unit in a property formerly occupied by a dry cleaning company established under exemption and to maintain the sidewalk without the required landscape buffer zone of 10 pi and look for a deviation from the sections 5.10 (H) 1 Other businesses and professional offices and 10.07 (G) Landscaping, of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-038-1019_HANOVER_STREET.PDF
39 Sunnyside Street, Zoning District R-1B, Ward 7 (ZBA2021-045)
Daniel Muller, Esq., (Agent) proposes to allow the development of tax card 503, lot 137A with a single-family house where the plot is subject to consolidation with tax card 503, lot 131, where lot 137A has sufficient frontage but maintains this width for 75.25 ‘where 100’ is required and with a 20 ‘backyard setback requested for future development where 30’ is required, and where tax card 503, lot 131 has a main structure with a rear yard setback of 26.2 ‘where 30’ is required and with a detached garage with a side yard setback of 2 ‘where 10’ is required and seeks a derogation to the sections 11.03 (D) 2 (d) Consolidation exemption, 8.29 (A) 2 Structures and ancillary uses and 6.03 (B) Rear yard setback on lot 131 and 6.03 (B) Rear yard setback on lot 137A of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-045-39_SUNNYSIDE_STREET.PDF
7, rue Clement, tax card 594, lots 17A and 17B, zoning district R-1B, ward 10 (ZBA 2021-028)
Andrew Sullivan, Esq., (Agent) proposes to subdivide into two building lots for single family dwellings, each lot having a frontage and a width of 50 ‘where 75’ is required and seeks a deviation from the sections. 6.02 Minimum lot frontage and 6.02 Minimum lot width in lots 17A and 17B of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-028-7_CLEMENT_STREET-TM_594_LOTS_17A-17B.PDF
415 South Mammoth Road, Zoning District R-1A, Ward 8 (SBA2021-018)
Jeffrey Lewis (agent) proposes to construct a planned development of 128 units comprising four multi-family dwellings of 32 units each in the zoning district R-1A, each building having five storeys and a height of 56ft where 2 ½ storeys and 35 ‘in height is allowed, and with a lot frontage and a width of 90 ‘where 200’ is required and seeks a deviation from the sections 5.10 (A) 6 multi-family dwellings, 6.05 storey height, 6.05 foot height, 6.02 minimum lot frontage and 6.02 minimum lot width of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-018-415_SOUTH_MAMMOTH_ROAD.PDF
180 Pearl Street, C-1 Zoning District, Ward 4 (ZBA2021-037), city records show this property as 120 Pearl Street
Brian Pratt (Agent) proposes to convert 15,800 sq. Ft. Three-story building and 3,700 sq. Ft. Two-story building into 29 housing units on 57,530 sq. Ft. Land where 101,000 sq. Ft. Is needed, as well as establishing a warehouse as the second main use and look for a variation from the sections 8.04 Minimum lot size for multi-family dwellings and 5.10 (E) 3 Storage facility of the zoning ordinance.
Project application: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-037-180_PEARL_STREET.PDF
1525 South Willow Street, Zoning District B-2, Ward 8 (ZBA2021-047)
Jenn Robichard (Agent) proposes to maintain an illuminated wall sign of 49.47 ft2 where 35.1 ft2 is authorized and seeks an exemption from the sections 909 (D) Panels of the zoning ordinance.
Project request: 2021-05-13_ZBA2021-047-1525_SOUTH_WILLOW_STREET.PDF
Due to emergency orders issued by the governor and advice from public health officials, there will be no physical location to attend the meeting. PUBLIC COMMENTS may be submitted at any time until the close of the public hearing for each case by email addressed to [email protected] or a voice message called (603) 792-6736. All comments should include your name and address as well as the case number. It is recommended that public comments be submitted by email, but you can also attend the meeting through our webinar software by emailing the above address on the day of the meeting and requesting an invitation to participate.
June Trisciani is a life resident of Manchester, a small business owner and currently vice chair of the planning board.
To learn more about the zoning table, visit: Zoning Council (manchesternh.gov)