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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

1:30 PM/April 19, 2018

Scott Cravens, Chair Diane Lewis Kevin Donelson Jeff Austin Samuel Merchant This public hearing is being broadcast live on CITYVUE 20 (Cox Cable) and will be replayed tonight at 6:35 p.m. Parking validation for the Sheridan-Walker Parking Garage can be obtained from the Office of the Mayor (3rd floor, south end).

Tagged Passions:hearing and parking

It is the policy of the City to ensure that communications with participants and members of the public with disabilities are as effective as communications with others. Anyone with a disability who requires an accommodation, a modification of policies or procedures, or an auxiliary aid or service in order to participate in this meeting should contact the Development Services Department at 297-2519 or TDD 297-2020 as soon as possible but not later than 48 hours (not including weekends or holidays) before the scheduled meeting. The Develpement Services Department will give primary consideration to the choice of auxiliary aid or service requested by the individual with disability. If you need an alternate format of the agenda or any information provided at said meeting, please call the Development Services Department number listed above 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting.

Tagged Passions:disability, policy, services, development, Communications, holiday, communications, Development, and procedure

INFORMATION ABOUT BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT MEETINGS

The Board of Adjustment meets on the first and third Thursday of each month at 1:30 pm in the Council Chambers, Third Floor, Municipal Building, 200 North Walker Avenue. A schedule of meetings is available in the Planning Department. PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS The Oklahoma City Municipal Code charges the Board of Adjustment with the authority to hear several different types of requests which are as follows:
Tagged Passions:hearing and planning

Special Exception. This request permits consideration of a specific land use as enumerated in the Zoning Code after a review and approval by the Board and after meeting all required conditions.

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Tagged Passions:zoning

Variance. In any specific case where the literal enforcement of the Zoning Code regulations would cause an unnecessary or unusual hardship, upon application, the Board may vary or modify that regulation.

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Tagged Passions:unusual, regulation, and zoning

Appeal from the decision of the Director. The Director, or his/her designee, is responsible for the enforcement of the development regulation of the Zoning Code. Any decision of the Director may be appealed to the Board by persons affected by the decision.

ADDRESSING THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT The applicant will be requested to present their case first. Following the applicant's presentation, the public will be called upon to present testimony, for or against, the stated request. Each person who speaks should first state their name and address. Each person shall be given the opportunity to present their case once, as succinctly as possible. All parties should limit their remarks to five minutes. Large groups who want to address the Board should choose one spokesperson. After protestant's remarks, the applicant will be entitled to one brief rebuttal. BOARD ACTION After the case has been fully presented, the Board will vote to approve, approve conditionally, or deny the request. A concurring vote of three members is required to approve, defer or deny an item. If the request is approved, you may seek a building permit, if applicable, to use the property in accordance with the Board's approved action. If denied, you may: (1) Appeal the decision of the Board to the District Court of Oklahoma County (any person or persons, jointly or severally, or any taxpayer, or any officer, department, board or bureau of the municipality may appeal any decision of the Board to District Court of Oklahoma County pursuant to the requirements set forth in Section 59-4250.10.F of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2007), or (2) Re-apply after a minimum of six months, providing the request is different, or the physical facts in the area have changed. If an appeal is filed with the District Court of Oklahoma County, the Board may enter into a settlement of the case. Should the Board of Adjustment's decision regarding an application be appealed to the District Court, all interested and affected persons that were originally notified and persons who made an official appearance before the Board will be notified by regular mail to inform them of the appeal. For more information about the Board of Adjustment, call 297-2417 (TDD 297-2020) AGENDA
Tagged Passions:property, legal, development, settlement, Development, regulation, zoning, and court

OKLAHOMA CITY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNCIL CHAMBERS (1:30 PM)

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I.
CALL TO ORDER

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II.
RECEIVE THE MINUTES OF THE APRIL 5, 2018 MEETING

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III.
CONTINUANCE REQUESTS/WITHDRAWALS

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A.
Requests by Staff or Applicants

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B.
Requests by Public

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IV.
PUBLIC HEARINGS

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Tagged Passions:hearing

C.
CONSENT DOCKET

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D.
ITEMS REQUIRING SEPARATE VOTE

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1.
Case No. 14451: Request of Sleep Studio Properties, LLC, for a variance to the maximum 30 foot sign height and 200 square foot sign display area in the PUD-249 District, located at 3400 West Memorial Rd.

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Tagged Passions:zoning

2.
Case No. 14462: Request of Metro Technology Centers, for a variance to the maximum height, square footage and number of signs in the AA Agricultural District, located at 1901 Springlake Drive.

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Tagged Passions:Technology, Public Transit, agriculture, and technology

3.
Case No. 14463: Request of Jared James Krittenbrink, for a variance to the minimum number of parking spaces in the PUD-1496 District, located at 1101 NW 122nd Street.

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Tagged Passions:streets, parking, and zoning

4.
Case No. 14465: Request of Petroleum Marketers, for a variance to permit a metal fence, metal accessory structure and building walls without architectural detailing in the Stockyards City Transitional Overlay District, located at 2010 Exchange Avenue.

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Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil

5.
Case No. 14466: Request of Brian D. Scoggins, for a variance to the required frontage to an approved public or private street in the AA Agricultural District, located at 17424 NE 150th Street.

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Tagged Passions:streets, agriculture, and zoning

Board of Adjustment

6.
Case No. 14467: Request of Life Time Fitness, Inc, for a variance to the maximum display area allowed for attached signs in the C-3 Community Commercial District, located at 2563 West Memorial Rd.

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Tagged Passions:commercial

7.
Case No. 14468: Application for Special Exception of Messiah Lutheran Child Care to allow Child Care Center in the R-1 Single-Family Residential District, located at 3600 NW Expressway.

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Tagged Passions:Child Care

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Case No. 14469: Request of Jerry L. Baker, for a variance to permit the expansion of a non-conforming structure by more than 50 and a variance to the required 25 foot side yard setback in the AA Agricultural District, located at 12306 SE 38th Street.

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Tagged Passions:streets, expansion, and agriculture

9.
Case No. 14471: Request of Mustang Public Schools, for a variance to the maximum number and display area of accessory signs in the AA Agricultural District, located at 11800 11820 SW 44th Street.

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Tagged Passions:streets, education, and agriculture

10.
Case No. 14472: Request of Mustang Public Schools, for a variance to the maximum number and display area of accessory signs in the AA Agricultural SPUD-990 District, located at 12400 12500 SW 15th Street.

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Tagged Passions:streets, education, and agriculture

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Case No. 14473: Request of Project 43, LLC, for a variance to the minimum 25 foot front yard setback and the 15 foot corner side yard setback in the R-1 Single-Family Residential District, located at 901 NW 43rd Street.

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Tagged Passions:streets

V.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS

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VI.
COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS

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Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

E.
Board Committees

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F.
Board Members

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G.
Municipal Counselor

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VII.
CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

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VIII.
OTHER BUSINESS

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