Zoning administrator to hold hearings today on 8 requests

August 05, 1998

The Carroll County zoning administrator will hold public hearings today on eight requests for variances in zoning regulations.

The hearings begin at 9 a.m. and will be held in Room 124 of the County Office Building, 225 N. Center St., Westminster.

Scheduled cases are:

9 a.m., Case ZA-405 -- Request by Thomas R. Aldridge to reduce two lots at 215 Goodwin Quarry Road. The first lot is to be reduced from 10,000 square feet to 8,057 square feet and the rear yard setback from 40 feet to 36 feet.

The second lot is to be reduced from 10,000 square feet to 7,375 square feet, with the width cut from 70 feet to 55 feet and the side yard reduced from 12 feet to 8.7 feet for the conversion of a garage to a dwelling.

10 a.m., Case ZA-406 -- Request by Gregory and Katherine Dickerson to reduce the side yard requirement from 12 feet to 10 feet for an attached garage at 7021 Carmae Road.

10: 30 a.m., Case ZA-407 -- Request by Glenn and Pamela Calhoun for a reduction in the side yard of 20 feet to 5 feet for a detached garage at 4015 Grave Run Road.

11 a.m., Case ZA-408 -- Request by Rodney and Sherrie Harrison for a reduction in the required rear yard setback from 26.25 feet to 19 feet for a deck at 1820 Fallstaff Court.

11: 30 a.m., Case ZA-409 -- Request by Lawrence Wroten Jr. for a reduction in the required side yard from 20 feet to 10 feet for an attached garage at 2423 Sykesville Road.

1 p.m., Case ZA-410 -- Request by Scott Morrison for a reduction in the required side yard from 20 feet to 8 feet for a deck and sun room at 5324 Pommel Drive.

1: 30 p.m., Case ZA-411 -- Request by Timothy Morton for a reduction in the required side yard from 20 feet to 10 feet for an addition at 1606 Amalfi Drive.

2 p.m., Case ZA-412 -- Request by Fred Smith for a variance to the minimum height requirement from 35 feet to 55 feet for school buildings at 2604 Old Westminster Pike.

Pub Date: 8/05/98

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