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Pittsburgh Zoning Board schedules four local hearings

 

November 16, 2004



Pittsburgh's Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled four public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents for Thursday, Nov. 18 in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown.

Zone case 250/04 at 9 a.m. is the appeal of Nancy DiFiore, owner, and Carrie DeFiore, lessee of 1829 Sarah Street, South Side Flats, to change occupancy of existing structure from an exterminating business and office with storage of contracting material and equipment to 1 dwelling unit with a design office and art studio, 2 existing parking stalls including 1 for handicap, and erect a 5' high solid fence along front and side property lines.

Zone case 256/04 9:35 a.m. is the appeal of The Classroom Lofts, LP, owner of 89 S. 14th Street, South Side Flats, to change occupancy of existing 3-story structure from a school to 12 dwelling units with 13 parking stalls including 1 handicap stall in southerly side yard and a 4' high open fence in front yard and in rear yard.

Zone case 258/04 at 9:55 a.m. is the appeal of David Onovlick and Joy Herren, owners and Bala Condo, LLC, purchasers of 2347, 2351, 2355 and 2359 Holt Street, South Side Slopes, to erect a 3-story structure with 4 attached party-wall dwelling units and a 2-car tandem integral garage in each unit. Case 259/04 at the same time and by the same owner/purchaser is the appeal to erect a 3-story structure with 5 attached party-wall dwelling units and a 2-car tandem integral garage in each unit at 2371, 2375, 2379, 2382 and 2387 Holt Street.

Zone case 264/04 at 10:50 a.m. is the appeal of Grace and Michelle Berard, owner of 2311 Larkins Way, South Side Flats, to erect a 4' x 16' and 2' x 17'1" cantilevered 2nd floor to easterly side and rear, a 12' x 17.8' patio roof to rear and a 6' high solid fence in rear yard of existing 2-story 1-family dwelling.

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.

 

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