From the Friends of Harford:
A Zoning hearing is scheduled for
CASE NO. 5811: MARYLIN BRADFORD, MARIE ZELLER, SADLER EXCAVATING – 4025 Norrisville Road, Jarrettsville Special exception and variance, proposed for the Fourth Election District, 4025 Norrisville Road, Jarrettsville, by MARYLIN BRADFORD, MARIE ZELLER, CARL & ERICK SADLER, t/a SADLER EXCAVATING. Appealed because a special exception, pursuant to Section 267-88H(1) of the Harford County Code, to operate a construction services and suppliers use; a variance, pursuant Section 267-53C(1), Table 53-1, to permit a building with a side yard less than 40 feet (23 feet proposed), and with a use or building setback of less than 50 feet (23 feet proposed) from an adjacent residential lot; a variance, pursuant to Section 267-88H(1)(b), to permit commercial vehicles and equipment to be stored on the property without being entirely enclosed in a building or fully buffered from view of adjacent residential lots or public roads; and a variance, pursuant to Section 267-88H(1)(d) to permit the use without the required Type “C” buffer yard in the Agricultural District, requires approval by the Board of Appeals.
CASE NO. 5816: DONALD & MARCIA CULLUM – 301 Bush Chapel Road, Aberdeen Use variance, proposed for the Second Election District, 301 Bush Chapel Road, Aberdeen, by DONALD & MARCIA CULLUM. Appealed because a use variance, pursuant to Section 267-50 of Harford County Code, to allow a kennel in the R1 Urban Residential District, requires approval by the Board of Appeals.
Public Hearing Date/Time: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 6:30 pm
Hearing Location: County Council Chambers (first floor), 212 S. Bond Street, Bel Air.
Project details, including the application sent to the Board of Appeals, can be seen at http://www.harfordcountymd.gov/council/ZoningAds.cfm?dt=2014-04-09
If you wish to testify at this hearing, either for or against the request, contact Ms. Dottie Smith, Zoning hearing Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-638-3349 for more information.
The People’s Council has been established “to represent the interests of the public in all matters and proceedings preliminary to, arising out of, or affecting the zoning classification or reclassification of land in the county”.
Do you want to know where this fits into the development process? Read A Citizen’s Guide to the Harford County Property Development Process by Friends of Harford.