ZONING BOARD OF
November 4, 2002 at 7:30 p.m.
Robert Hanvey, Marion Township Supervisor
Lot is 3.1 acre size with a 186 foot of frontage on D-19. The proposed structure is 38 foot by 88 foot with a
12 foot entrance
to allow access for his large boat to be stored.
The total height of the barn is 18 foot.
Per letter from Mr. Ambrose, dated October 14, 2002, he has determined this is not a flag lot but rather an irregular
shaped lot. Mr. Pettis will shorten the length to 70 foot but would like the width at 38 foot because he has already
purchased building material to accommodate this
dimensions to 38 foot by 70 foot, to be built in his front yard. To grant a variance for a front yard accessory structure
relaxing ordinance 8.01 F 3 a and granting a 55 foot variance for a front yard setback relaxing ordinance 6.07.3,
meeting 5.05 C 2 requirements due to practical difficulties with shape and condition of his property. Dan Lowe
seconded. Roll call vote:
Rossbach-yes, Fillinger-no, John Lowe-yes, Dan Lowe-yes.
Motion carried 3-1.
She is now presenting plans to retrofit the current 40 foot by 60 foot pole barn to aide in replacement of the
4600 square foot barn that burnt down in March of 2002. The barn will be changed to 60 foot by 80 foot, stud
construction, 12 inch footings with 2 courses of 8 inch block, steel siding and shingled roof, totaling 4800 square foot
with a height of 26 feet.
in the original location and should not need to come before this board. She would like to purchase a set of
Section 6.07.1 ordinance, allowing total square foot to exceed 3:1 ratio of her home due to the fact original barn has
burnt down. Meeting requirements in Section 5.05 C 2, 6, and 7. Referencing plan dated November 4, 2002 signed
by John Lowe and Kay Miller. Larry Fillinger seconded. Roll call vote: Rossbach, Fillinger, John Lowe,
Dan Lowe-all yes. Motion carried
item will be a lengthy discussion and will be placed first on the agenda. The agenda is considered full and is closed
for additional items at this time. Robert Hanvey stated there is an upcoming opportunity in March of 2003 to attend a
two-day class on citizen planner provided by the Michigan State Cooperative Extension. Anyone interested should
contact Mr. Hanvey for registration details.
ZONING BOARD OF