The PSCA Zoning Committee reviewed the following cases at its April meeting. Results are below.
1114 Annin Street:
Application for a use variance for multi-family (two-family) dwelling, which is not permitted in this zoning district. 8 votes in opposition. Much community opposition and letter from Councilman Squilla in opposition.
1143-45 Tasker Street:
Application the new construction of two attached three story single family dwellings with a cellar and roof deck. This case was tabled because the applicant did not have any drawings or plans. Case will be presented at a future zoning meeting.
738-44 Wharton Street:
Application for a lot line relocation to create 3 lots out of four deeded parcels for use as 3 single family dwellings 3 stories high with roof decks. 8 votes of non-opposition.
1500 s. 9th Street
Application for the erection of a roof deck above the 1 story portion of an existing 2 story attached structure for the legalization of 1 accessory off street interior parking space (garage) for use as two family dwelling. This is the second appearance before the zoning committee. 8 votes of non-opposition with standard construction provisios.
1403-1409 South Darien Street
This case was a last minute addition and was the second appearance before the zoning committee. Application for the lot adjustment to create 6 lots out of 4 current lots and for the erection of 6 attached structures, each three stories with basement, attached garage and roof decks with pilot houses. 6 votes of non-opposition, 2 votes in opposition with standard construction provisios and developer agreed to remove the dumpster and trash at the site, and beautify the project with trees.
Standard Construction Provisos: 1. Heavy construction to be conducted Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and no heavy construction on week-ends; 2. Daily removal of all trash from the property; 3. Lighting should be provided at both the front and rear of the property.
The PSCA Zoning Committee meetings are opportunities for neighbors to hear the details of zoning applications within our civic association boundaries. The Zoning Committee does not make final decisions on the applications, but it does send letters to the Philadelphia Zoning Board Administration. Check facebook.com/passyunksquare or twitter.com/passyunksquare for any last minute changes Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any zoning-related questions.