Seymour BZA to hear six cases 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.

The agenda includes Emmanuel Church Inc. requesting a variance at 1849 First Ave. A new building is being constructed, and the hope is to not have to put sidewalks in. This was tabled from the June 27 meeting to get more information from the petitioner.

Also, Leona and Ridge Pearl are requesting a land use variance at 730 W. Eighth St. to place a 12-by-16-foot shed in the back of the property and turn it into a commissary kitchen. It received an unfavorable recommendation from the Seymour Plan Commission on July 13.

Amanda Hiday is requesting a variance at 1345 N. County Road 700E to vary from the required 10% side setback of 25 feet to be at 2 feet to build a bigger 40-by-90-foot barn/pole barn. They are tearing one down and replacing it with this bigger one.

A & G Leasing is requesting a land use variance at 108 W. Second St. to rent the first floor of a remodeled building to a dog grooming business. Under the C-4 zoning classification, that is not allowed. It was given a favorable recommendation from the plan commission.

Also, Adam Perry is requesting a variance at 1021 W. Oak St. He lives on a corner lot and wants to put up a fence and is restricted on placement.

Finally, Evan Aldridge is requesting a variance at 3546 Regents Court to put up a fence. He lives on a corner lot and is limited to where he can place the fence. The back of the property also faces County Road 375N, which is a thoroughfare, which also requires a variance.

The meeting is open to the public and press. Enter through the door along Third Street. Join the meeting from a computer, tablet or smartphone at or call 669-224-3412 and enter the access code 384-057-085.

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