Seymour BZA has full agenda Tuesday night

The Seymour Board of Zoning Appeals will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers at city hall, 301-309 N. Chestnut St., Seymour.

First on the agenda, Dana Clubb is requesting a land use variance at 410 Hawthorne Court to run a dog grooming business out of the residence. It received a favorable recommendation from the plan commission June 9.

Next, Donald DeCamp is requesting a variance at 722 E. Fourth St. from the required 10% side setback of 6 feet to be at a 2-foot setback to be able to add a covered breezeway and a variance from the rear setback of 20 feet to be at 2 feet to construct a carport on the east side of the property.

Also, Brooke Northam is requesting a variance at 10771 E. County Road 800N to be able to construct two homes on one lot. She wants to build a smaller pole barn home first while they are building the second and main home.

Mark Dennis is requesting a variance at 575 Nottingham Drive from the required 20-foot rear setback to be at a 5-foot setback to add a deck to an existing pool, and they will be closer to the back of the property.

Cy Moss is requesting a variance at 483 Western Pkwy. to put up a fence. He lives on a corner lot and is restricted to fence placement and height.

Finally, James Kimbley is requesting a variance at 726 W. Seventh St. from the required 20-foot rear setback to be at a 5-foot rear setback to put up a 12-by-24-foot shed.

The meeting is open to the public and press. Enter through the door along Third Street.