PUBLIC HEARING: Town of North Hempstead – Board of Zoning Appeals



Town of North Hempstead – Board of Zoning Appeals

Pursuant to the provisions of the Code of the Town of North Hempstead, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Zoning Appeals of said Town will meet at Town Hall, 220 Plandome Road, Manhasset, New York, on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 to consider any matters that may properly be heard by said Board, and will hold a public hearing on said date to consider applications and appeals.†The following cases will be called at said public hearing starting at 10:00am.†APPEAL #21133 ñ Ronald Zdrojeski; 10 Hill Crest Rd., Port Washington, Section 5, Block 15, Lot 9; Zoned Residence-A†Variances from ßß 70-31.B and 70-100.2.A to legalize a deck and planters too close to a side property line, and construct a fence that is too tall.† Synopsis: The Board of Zoning Appeals previously granted the applicantís appeal for a variance from ß7031.B and denied the applicantís appeal for a variance from ß70-100.2.A.† Upon a motion and order of the Board of Zoning Appeals this matter is being restored to the Board of Zoning Appealsí decision calendar for the purpose of rehearing the applicantís appeal for a variance from ß70-100.2.A†APPEAL #21161 ñ Ronald Rochester; 21 Marino Ave., Port Washington, Section 5, Block J, Lot 14; Zoned Residence-C†Variance from ßß 70-100.1(B) & 70-208(F) to construct a rooftop deck on a non-conforming detached garage that is too close to the side and rear property lines.†APPEAL #21162 ñ Michael Bisberg; 37 Second Ave., Port Washington, Section 5, Block 44, Lot 32; Zoned Residence-C†Variances from ßß 70-52 & 70-208(F) to build an addition too close to the rear property line and increasing the non-conformity of the home.†APPEAL #21106- William Monaghan and Courtney Sempliner; 33 Longview Road, Port Washington; Section 5, Block 134, Lot 18; Zoned: Residential-A†Variance from ß70-100.2(K) to relocate an existing generator to a location in the rear yard that is too far from the dwelling.†APPEAL #21092 – 679 Port Washington Blvd., LLC (Alma Bank); 679 Port Washington Boulevard, Port Washington; Section 6, Block 2, Lots 115 & 277; Zoned: Business-A & Residence-C†Variances ßß 70-203(T)(2)(j), 70-203(T)(2)(b), & 70-203(G) to construct a new bank with a drive-through bypass lane that interferes with internal circulation of the site, and a smaller landscaped buffer than required between a business district and residence district, and a smaller landscaped buffer than required between a property with a drive-thru facility and a residence district.†APPEAL #20694.A ñ Geismar, LLC; 7 Harbor Park Dr., Port Washington, Section 6, Block 86, Lots 2a, 2b, 3; Zoned Planned Industrial District†Variances from ßß 70-103(A), 70-159, 70-160.A & 70-160.C to construct additions to a building too close to a rear property line and front property line, with not enough parking and covering too much of the lot.†COVID-19 protocols will be strictly enforced while inside Town Hall.†Persons interested in viewing the file for this appeal may request to do so any time before the scheduled hearing by contacting the BZA department via e-mail at††Additionally, the public may view the live stream of this meeting at†Should you wish to participate in an appeal hearing, we encourage you register in advance by email to by Friday, December 31, 2021.† Please include your full name, address, email address, and appeal number you wish to be heard on.† Comments are limited to 3 minutes per speaker. Written comments are accepted by email up to 60 minutes prior to the hearing. Timely comment submissions will be made part of the record.†DAVID MAMMINA, R.A., Chairman; Board of Zoning Appeals†

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