Details for City of Franklin Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting Agenda June 3, 2021
City of Franklin
Board of Zoning Appeals
June 3, 2021
Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, June 3, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. in the City Hall Board Room, 109 Third Avenue South, Franklin, Tennessee. Additional information can be found at www.franklintn.gov/planning.
The Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting will limit physical access in the meeting room to
prevent further spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the City of Franklin officials, staff, and citizens. Accommodations have been made to ensure that the public is able to participate in the meeting. The public may participate in the following ways: • Watch the meeting on FranklinTV or the City of Franklin website. • Watch the live stream through the City of Franklin Facebook and YouTube accounts. • Email comments to firstname.lastname@example.org to be provided in full to the Commission and included in the minutes, but not read aloud in their entirety during the meeting. Emailed comments are accepted until 12:00 PM (noon) on the day before the meeting. • Comment in-person in the Boardroom. Speakers will be asked to fill out a speaker card prior to the meeting starting. Speakers may sit
in the Boardroom if social distancing can be met, or wait in the lobby. Staff will ensure that those speakers waiting in the lobby are called in when their item is being discussed.
If you have any questions prior to the meeting, please contact the Planning Department at 615-791-3212.
The purpose of the meeting will be to consider matters brought to the attention of the BZA and will include the following:
CALL TO ORDER
Approval of the May 6, 2021 Minutes
1. Variance Request To Allow More Than The Maximum Number Of Retaining Walls On A Site, Allow For A Taller Than Allowable Retaining Wall Within A Front Yard, Allow For A Taller Than Allowable Retaining Wall Within A Rear Yard For The Property Located At 204 King David’s Court (FZO §13.2.4).
2. Variance Request To Encroach Up To 7 Feet Into a Required Side Yard Setback For The Property Located At 116 Wembly Court (FZO §3.5.5).
3. Variance Request To Encroach Up To 8 Feet Into a Required Front Yard Setback For The Property Located At 4030 Natures Landing Drive (2017 FZO §3.3.1 (4)).
4. Variance Request To Encroach Up To 10 Feet Into a Required Rear Yard Setback For The Property Located At 3122 Bush Street (FZO §3.10.7).
5. Variance Request To Allow More Than The Maximum Number Of Retaining Walls On A Site, Allow For A Taller Than Allowable Retaining Wall Within A Front Yard, Allow For A Taller Than Allowable Retaining Wall Within A Side/Rear Yard, The Required Setback Of A Side-Facing Garage From Front House Façade, and To Allow For A Larger Than Maximum Allowable Slope For A Driveway For The Property Located At 601 Prince Valiant Ct. (FZO §13.2.4, §6.3, and §4.4.6.D).
Anyone requesting accommodations due to disabilities should contact the Human Resources Department at (615) 791-3216, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
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