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Notice Of Public Hearings
Requests For Variances From
City Of Middleton Zoning Ordinance
To Whom It May Concern:
The City of Middleton Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at 6:00 p.m., in the Common Council Chambers of Middleton City Hall, 7426 Hubbard Avenue, to hold public hearings and consider taking action on the following applications for variances from the City of Middleton Zoning Ordinance:
7110-12 University Ave.: Carrie Davis, property owner, requests variances from minimum side and rear setback regulations for the purpose of constructing a 24’ by 26’ detached garage in the rear yard. From the left side (west) lot line, the structure would be set back 2 ft. (3 ft. to the foundation), and from the rear (north) lot line the structure would be set back 6 ft. (8 ft. to the foundation). Section 10.24 requires a detached garage on this R1-zoned lot to be located at least 30 feet from the rear lot line. The building height complies with zoning regulations.
6816 Franklin Ave.: Jim and Jayne Lauby, property owners, request variance from the minimum side and rear setback regulations for the purpose of constructing a 24’ by 24’ detached garage in the rear yard. From the left side (west) lot line, the structure would be set back 2 ft. (3 ft. to the foundation), and from the rear (north) lot line the structure would be set back 29 ft. (30 ft. to the foundation). Section 10.24 requires a detached garage on this R1-zoned lot to be located at least 30 feet from the rear lot line. The building height complies with zoning regulations.
7418 Elmwood Ave.: Tod Enger, on behalf of property owner Aspire Housing, Inc., requests variances from the minimum rear setback regulation for the purpose of:
Enlarging an existing detached garage with an 18’8” by 9’4” addition on its south side and attaching the structure via a covered walk to the duplex residence; and
Constructing a two-story addition on the north side of the existing residence (for additional living space and an enhanced entryway). The addition would consist of 24.6’ by 36’ and 19.7’ by 8’ footprints.
Sections 10.30 and 10.24 require a primary structure and detached garage on this R2-zoned lot to be located at least 30 feet from the rear (north) lot line. The garage addition would be located within the rear setback area but farther away from the rear lot line than the existing structure, whereas the residential addition would be set back 26 ft. (28 ft. to the foundation). The structure no longer contains four independent dwelling units. With these additions, it will continue to be used as a duplex and be occupied by a group home with a capacity to accommodate eight or fewer individuals.
2507 Middleton Beach Road: Tom Jilot, property owner, requests a variance from the maximum lot coverage regulation in order to construct a 16' by 24' patio/terrace, which will increase the lot coverage to 46.78%. Section 10.24(8) limits lot coverage on this R1-zoned narrow lot to 35%.
At the meeting, all interested persons will have an opportunity to be heard and action will be considered. Application materials are available for review at Middleton City Hall (7426 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562) during normal business hours (7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday), or on the City’s website at: http://meetings.cityofmiddleton.us
Assistant Planning Director & Zoning Administrator
Phone: (608) 821-8370 Email: email@example.com