The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals will meet September 2nd at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Agenda for the meeting includes the request of John Banning to reduce the required minimum lot area per residential unit from 5 acres to 2.81 acres at 7162 Lilac Road.
Langfeldt and Payne Incorporated will seek a variance and special use during the meeting. The variance is to reduce the required minimum lot frontage from 100 feet to 60 feet and the front year set back from 30 feet to 20 feet at 777 North Oak Drive. The special use is to allow self-storage units on the parcel which is zoned commercial.
CTE also know as Culver Tool at 1901 Walter Glaub Drive in the industrial park is asking for a variance to reduce the required parking aisle, reduce the interior parking lot landscaping and reduce the off-street parking space width for a project at their facility.
The Board of Zoning Appeals is open to the public and comments are questions are welcomed.
The Plymouth Plan Commission meeting for September 2nd at 7 p.m. is cancelled due to no agenda items.