1. 7:10 p.m. - ZBA, Dukelow - 382A Edith Cavell Blvd.
Background - The subject lands, are located on the south side of Edith Cavell
Boulevard and are approximately 0.04 hectares (0.11 acres) in lot area. Municipally
known as 382A Edith Cavell Boulevard, they may be legally described as being Plan
117, Part Lot 25, South Side Front, geographic Village of Port Stanley, now Municipality
of Central Elgin.
The applicants are proposing to rezone the subject lands in order to permit the
construction of a single storey residential use to replace the existing single storey
cottage. Specifically, the applicant is looking to construct a new residential dwelling
with 1.2 metres (4 feet) front yard and side yard setbacks.
The subject lands are currently located within the Open Space 3 (OS3) zone and Dynamic
Beach Standard (DBS) zone regulations of the Village of Port Stanley Zoning By-law
No. 1507, as amended. The OS3 zone permits farm use, recreational uses, summer cottages,
existing residential uses, home occupations, and accessory uses. The DBS zone permits
conservation and beach management practices, and beach recreational uses. A zoning
by-law amendment to rezoning the lands currently zoned OS3 to a site-specific residential
zone is required to support the proposed development. No amendments are being requested
to the DBS zone regulation that applies to the property.
Correspondence was received from the Kettle Creek Conservation Authority indicating
that a KCCA permit is required prior to construction and that the applicant has
been advised of KCCA regulations and application requirements. There were no questions
from Council or the public, the Public Meeting was then concluded, and the actions
of Council on the Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment will be considered at a future
meeting of Council.
2. 7:20 p.m. - ZBA, Richard - 45990 Sparta Line
Background - The subject lands, which are located on the north side of Sparta
Line, have approximately 64 metres of frontage on Sparta Line and are approximately
3.27 hectares (8.1 acres) in lot area. Municipally known as 45990 Sparta Line, they
may be legally described as Concession 4 South of Part Lot 20 North Side of County
Road 27, geographic Township of Yarmouth, now Municipality of Central Elgin.
The applicant is proposing to rezone the subject lands to permit the construction
of an accessory building in the front yard. Specifically, the application is to
rezone the lands from a Business Zone 5 (B5) to a site-specific Open Space 1 (OS1)
zone to recognize the existing house and to permit the construction of a 9.14 metres
(30 feet) x 13.71 metres (45 feet) accessory building for a work shop and secondary
residential use on 45990 Sparta Line.
The subject lands are located within the Business Zone 5 (B5) of the Township
of Yarmouth Zoning By-law No. 1998, as amended. The B5 zone on the subject lands
permits a restaurant, retail space and an accessory residential use.
Correspondence was received from the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority indicating
that they had no concerns with this application. Councillor Fehr asked if someone
would be living in the workshop? Planner Kevin McClure indicated that the workshop
would be for the current owner of the property and that an apartment would be for the
parents. Councillor Fehr asked if the current septic bed would handle the additional
secondary residential use. Planner Kevin McClure indicated that he believed that
there was sufficient capacity in the current system but that it would be a condition
that the Building Department would address. The Public Meeting was then concluded,
and and the actions of Council on the Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment will be considered
at a future meeting of Council.