The meeting of the
Committee of Adjustment was held on Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the Council Chambers at 395 Mulock
was called to order at 9:30 a.m. in the Council Chambers to consider items on
Gino Vescio in the Chair.
The Chair called for conflicts
of interest. No
conflicts were declared at that time; however, members were invited to declare
a conflict of interest at any time during the meeting.
MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION
D13-A13-15 MOORE, Robin
Block 1, Plan 65M-4356,
as Part 11, Plan 65R-34958
Moore of 226 Appleton Court, NEWMARKET, ON L3Y 0B8, addressed the Committee
and provided the following comments:
applied for the deck permit in April
to make the deck larger to fit a hot tub under it
was a misunderstanding with the information received
is a site specific bylaw for the property
permit was issued and later revoked
wanted a 12’ deck, however, they are going to proceed with a 10’ deck which
will meet their minimum requirements
there is an objection by a neighbour, however, that neighbour is in the set of
townhomes closest to Eagle Street and they will never see the deck
Stoneman inquired if everyone on Appleton Court had received a copy of the
notice and Secretary-Treasurer advised that everyone on the street had received
notification and the sign had been posted in the window facing the street,
however, it was not possible to post a notice in the front yard, as the
builders are currently doing work on the yards.
following correspondence was received and considered by the Committee regarding
from Meghan White, Planner dated August 13, 2015;
from V. Klyuev, Senior Engineering Development Coordinator – Residential dated
August 12, 2015;
from Kevin Jarus, Development Planner, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation
Authority dated August 13, 2015;
from David Potter, Chief Building Official dated July 30, 2015;
from Gabrielle Hurst, Programs and Process Improvement Section of the Planning
and Economic Development Branch, Corporate Services, The Regional Municipality
of York dated August 5, 2015; and
from John & Heather Vincent of 220 Appleton Court, NEWMARKET, ON L3Y 0B8
dated August 12, 2015.
were no further comments from the public on this application.
Moved by Elizabeth Lew
Seconded by Peter Mertens
THAT Minor Variance
Application D13-A13-15 be approved, subject to the following conditions:
1. That the variance pertains only to the request as
submitted with the application;
2. That the final grading certificate from the Developer
Consultant be forwarded to the Town’s Engineering Services Department for
review and satisfaction;
3. That approved drainage patterns are not altered, any
increase in stormwater runoff is maintained onsite and construction not does
not occur within any easement(s), where applicable; and
4. That the development be substantially in accordance with
the Site Plan submitted with the application.
as the Minor Variance
(1) is minor in nature as the impact on adjacent properties appears to be
(2) conforms to the general intent and
purpose of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law as both documents permit a residential
dwelling on the property; and
(3) does not adversely affect the
character of the neighbourhood and is
considered a desirable development of the lot.
The Minutes of the meeting held
on Wednesday, July
were placed before the Committee for consideration.
Moved by Peter Mertens
Seconded by Fred Stoneman
THAT the Minutes of the Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 meeting be
approved as circulated.
Seconded by Peter Mertens
THAT the Meeting adjourn.
The meeting adjourned at 9:44 a.m.