Please note: This month’s zoning board meeting (usually the last Tuesday of the month) will be on October 24th instead of October 31st and November’s meeting will also be on a different date (posting to follow).
October 24th meeting agenda
On Tuesday, October 24, 2017 after 7:00 p.m. the Board of Appeals will hold a Public Hearing on the following cases in Room 201, Medford City Hall…..
87 Medford Street and 519 Broadway (Case #A&F-2017-27) – Continued from September 26, 2017
Applicant and Owner, Legacy Construction is petitioning for a variance from the Chapter 94 – City of Medford Zoning Ordinance to construct a four story addition to an existing one story non-conforming structure to create a five story mixed use structure consisting of 55 residential dwelling units on floors 2 through 5, along with commercial space on the first floor, thereby creating a multiple dwelling (allowed use) with insufficient lot area, front setback, both side setbacks, rear yard setback, usable area; off-street parking spaces; setback of parking spaces from structure and front lot line; off-street loading spaces. This project exceeds the maximum allowed lot coverage and maximum allowed width of entrance drive at the street line in a residential district. This project requires a finding for the extension of a pre-existing non-conforming structure other than a one or two-family dwelling. The adjacent lot, formerly 87 Medford Street, will be used as an off-street parking area requiring a special permit. This project is also subject to Site Plan Review and Linkage Fees.
18 Walnut Street – Lot #2 (Case #A-2017-28)
Applicant and Owner, Scot Kenworthy is petitioning for a variance from the Chapter 94 – City of Medford Zoning Ordinance to construct a two-family dwelling with insufficient lot area and lot width.
81 Taft Street (Case #A-2017-29)
Applicant and Owner, Niki Sullivan is petitioning for a variance from the Chapter 94 – City of Medford Zoning Ordinance to construct a new two-family dwelling in a Single Family-2 Zone, Not Allowed.
320 Middlesex Avenue (Case #A-2014-18)
Applicant and Owner, North Shore Residential Development, Inc. is requesting a six-month extension for a variance granted on December 30, 2014 which due to litigation expired on November 10, 2016 on the project to construct six residential structures and a recreational center.
Approval of Meeting Minutes
Discussion on Rules
Petitions and plans are available for public review in the office of the Secretary of the Board of Appeals, Denis MacDougall, Room 205, Medford City Hall.