August 18, 2008




Ward 16

Calendar No. 08-148:

1500 Brookpark Road

Kevin Kelley
5 Notices




Martina Family Properties, owner, and Dan Kulchytsky, agent, appeal to erect an 11,952 square foot warehouse and a two-story office building, with 6,048 square feet per floor and associated parking on a parcel at 1500 Brookpark Road in a Semi-Industry and General District; contrary to Section 357.14 of the Zoning Code, which requires that parking be located behind the front setback line, with a 20-foot required in this location and 6 feet proposed. (Filed 7-29-08)



Ward 5

Calendar No. 08-149:

7420 Carnegie Avenue

Phyllis Cleveland



22 Notices

Karl and Linda Greene, owners, appeal to establish a billiards hall in a former parts store and warehouse located at 7420 Carnegie Avenue in a Midtown Mixed-Use District 3; contrary to the regulations of Section 347.12(a)(1) of the Zoning Code, which requires that a billiard hall be located at least 500 feet from particular districts and uses, including churches, and the proposed use is locate less than 500 feet from a church, and contrary to Section 349.04 of the Zoning Code, which requires 35 parking spaces and only 8 parking spaces are provided.   (Filed 7-29-08)




Ward 2


10801 Meech Avenue

 Robert J White, III

Calendar No. 08-112:


 8 Notices

Dumpsites Unlimited LLC, owner, appeal to establish use for processing and storing of landscaping materials for distribution and sale and a use of the premises for recycling of construction debris material and sale, the proposed uses to be on an acreage parcel located in a General Industry District on the south side of Meech Avenue at 10801 Meech Avenue; where open yard storage of secondhand lumber, other used building material or salvaged articles is permitted, provided that such uses are enclosed within a minimum 7 foot high solid wall or fence as stated in Section 345.04(a)(3); and subject to the limitations of Section 347.05, no space for storage or distribution of stone, sand, or similar dust producing material shall be located less than 300 feet from a residence district, and the proposed use is approximately 125 feet from a One-Family District; and the provisions of Section 347.06(d) limit the storage of junk or other used material to be piled not higher than 3 feet above the height of the enclosure wall or fence; and accessory off-street parking spaces, driveways and maneuvering areas shall be properly graded for drainage so that all water is properly drained within the lot, surfaced with concrete, asphalt or similar surfacing material, maintained in good condition and free of debris and trash, according to the provisions of Section 349.07(a) of the Codified Ordinances.