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NOTICE is hereby given that the regular meeting of the Urban County Board of Adjustment, scheduled to be held on Monday, Jan.11, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. will be held via video teleconference.
The media and public may view the hearing on LexTV Spectrum channel 185, MetroNet channel 3, Windstream channels 3 and 20, or via live stream.
Use the following information to participate in this public hearing:
Webinar ID: 977 3459 6932
Call in Number
+1 (929) 436-2866
The agenda for the public hearing will include:
1. PLN-BOA-20-00066: SPEEDWAY, LLC – requests a variance to increase the allowable front yard from 20’ to 39’ in order to construct a new fueling station in a Neighborhood Business (B-1) zone, on property located at 1318 and 1320 Versailles Rd. (Council District 11)
2. PLN-BOA-20-00068: CHACEY AND ROMAIN MALHOUITRE – request a variance to reduce the required side street side yard setback from 30’ to 20’ in order to construct an addition to a house in a Single Family Residential (R-1C) zone, on property located at 2003 Hart Rd. (Council District 5)
3. PLN-BOA-20-00070: OPPORTUNITY LEARNING CENTER, LLC – requests 1) a variance to reduce the required side yard setbacks from 5’ to 0’ and 2) a variance to reduce the required rear yard from 10’ to 0’ in order to construct an addition to the existing legally non-conforming structure; and 3) a variance to reduce the required number of parking spaces by 50% within the Defined Infill and Redevelopment Area in a High-Density Apartment (R-4) zone, on property located at 236 Lexington Ave. (Council District 3)
4. PLN-BOA-20-00067: CHRIST THE KING SCHOOL – requests a conditional use to expand a school for academic instruction in a Single Family Residential (R-1C) zone, on property located at 299 Colony Blvd. (Council District 5)