Pittsburgh's Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled the following public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown.
Zone case 22/10 on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 9:00 a.m. is the appeal of Matt Stark, owner of 2310 Carey Way in the 16th Ward, for an appeal requesting a 12' x 14' rooftop deck with a 3' x 35' open walk-way that leads to proposed rear 16' x 3½' staircase enclosure above existing three-story, single family dwelling. Applicant is requesting relief from the Pittsburgh Zoning Code requirements relating to Maximum Height and Interior Side Yard Setbacks.
Zone case 33/10 on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 9:20 a.m. is the appeal of James Pantelis, owner of 1490 Edgebrook Avenue in the 18th Ward, for an appeal requesting a 70' x 90' two-story storage building extension at rear of existing one-story concreate block auto repair garage. Applicant is requesting Zoning Code relief from section 904.03.C: Rear Yard Setback requirements and a Special Exception Review for the expansion of general vehicle / equipment repair (911.04.A-74).
Zone case 39/10 on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 8:50 a.m. is the appeal of Alberto DiPalo, owner of 109 E. Agnew Avenue in the 29th Ward, for an appeal requesting use of existing 2½-story structure as a three-family dwelling with 13' x 21' enclosed rear porch extension; with existing detached two-car garage and four-car parking pad at rear. Requesting Zoning Code relief from section 911.02: Three-Family Dwelling not permitted in district; and 903.03B: 5' Interior Side Setback required for rear porch extension, 30" requested.
Plans are on file for these cases and may be inspected up to the date of the hearing. Anyone who wishes to be heard must appear in person. The board does not accept letters or petitions.