The meeting of the
Committee of Adjustment was held on Wednesday, May 18th, 2016 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 APPLICATIONS
D13-A02-16 FORSYTHE, Brad
Lot 29, Plan 505
107 Cherrywood Drive
Town of Newmarket
Forsythe of 107 Cherrywood Drive, NEWMARKET, ON L3Y 2X6, addressed the
Committee and provided the following comments:
house end of March 2016
double garage for storage for winter for boat and car
24’ x 24’ garage but is proposing 21’ x 21’ to provide clearance for trees
to few of the neighbours
Le Ber of 131 Cherrywood Drive, NEWMARKET ON L3Y 2X6 addressed the Committee
and provided the following comments:
when saw sign posted on property
never spoke to her regarding application
of property with brother; she resides in house
house due to brightness of house inside and not being boxed in on outside
regarding view from her dining room window
will be affected if garage is constructed
will cover entire window plus an additional 6 feet
Vescio inquired as to the distance from the wall of her house to the fence and
it was determined by reviewing the plans provided with the application the
distance was 0.6m plus 1.7m.
Mertens inquired if there was a fence between the two properties and how high
was the fence. Nicole Le Ber advised the fence was 5 feet in height.
following correspondence was received and considered by the Committee regarding
from Ted Horton, Planner dated May 11, 2016;
from R. Bingham, Manager, Engineering Services dated May 10, 2016;
from David Potter, Chief Building Official dated May 11, 2016;
from Lisa-Beth Bulford, Development Planner, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation
Authority dated May 5, 2016; and
from Kelly Le Bur and Bev Le Ber dated May 17, 2016.
Moved by Elizabeth Lew
Seconded by Peter Mertens
THAT Minor Variance
Application D13-A02-16 be approved, subject to the following conditions:
(1) That the variance pertains only to the requests as
submitted with the application;
(2) That the reduced setback apply only to the garage as
proposed and not to any other structure or encroachment:
(3) That the applicant be advised that development of this
property is subject to the provisions of the Town’s Tree Preservation,
Protection, Replacement and Enhancement Policy;
(4) That the development be substantially in accordance with
the sketch submitted with the application.
as the Minor Variance
(1) is minor in nature as the impact appears to be minimal;
(2) conforms to the general intent and purpose of the Official Plan
and Zoning By-law; 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, April 20th, 2016 were placed before the Committee for
Moved by Elizabeth Lew
Seconded by Gino Vescio
THAT the Minutes of the
Wednesday, April 20th, 2016 meeting be approved as circulated.
Seconded by Elizabeth Lew
THAT the Meeting adjourn.
The meeting adjourned at 9:50 a.m.