Planning commission reviewing Mount housing plan
October 10, 2017
An application has been submitted by Synergy Capital, Inc. on behalf of Grace Street Development, LLC and Synergy Capitol L P (property owners) requesting approval of new residential buildings to be located at the intersection of Grace Street and Mann Street (parcels 4-E-66, 4-E-64, 4-E-63, 4-E-61 and 4-J-38) in the Steep Slope Overlay District.
Zoning Code Section 906.08 requires that development on slopes of 25 percent or greater be reviewed by the Planning Commission.
The documents submitted as part of this application are available online at http://pittsburghpa.gov/dcp/notices.html and they are available in paper copy at the Zoning Counter at 200 Ross Street, third floor. The paper copies may be examined between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding City holidays.
The Planning Commission is interested in obtaining the opinion of residents concerned with this matter. A public hearing has been scheduled before the Commission on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 2 p.m. on the first floor of the John P. Robins Civic Building, 200 Ross Street.
Interpreters for the hearing impaired will be provided with four days' notice by contacting Richard Meritzer at 412-255-2102.
Testimony presented by individuals as well as by spokespersons representing an organization or a group of people will be limited to three minutes each; and, in addition, any person who intends to testify in behalf of an organization such as a chamber of commerce, community club, etc., shall provide a "Letter of Authorization" from the appropriate duly appointed officers before testifying.
Prepared comments, statistics or reports in printed form may be presented to the Commission to support testimony or in lieu of testimony. Testimony should not be read from a prepared statement, but may be generalized or summarized as testimony with the prepared statement handed to the commission for their review. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-255-2241 if additional information is necessary.