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File #: 19-5654   
Type: Zoning Case
In control: Board of Adjustment
On agenda: 8/5/2019
Posting Language: BOA-19-10300084: A request by Joe Salinas for an appeal of the Director’s decision to issue a building permit for a detached accessory with an accessory dwelling unit, located at 225 East Mistletoe. Staff recommends Denial. (Council District 7) (Crystal Gonzales, Development Services Engineer; Debora Gonzalez, Senior Planner (210) 207- 3074,, Development Services Department)
Attachments: 1. BOA-19-10300084 Attachments, 2. BOA Appeal Color Document
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Case Number:
Joe Salinas
Brenda and Meade Vance
Council District:|1010|Location:
225 E. Mistletoe Ave
Legal Description:
The South 80 feet of the East 25 feet of Lot 13 & the South 80 feet of Lot 14, Block 1, NCB 853
"R6 AHOD" Residential Single-Family Airport Hazard Overlay District
Case Manager:
Crystal Gonzales, Development Services Engineer;
Debora Gonzalez, Senior Planner

A request for an appeal of the Director's decision related to issuance of a building permit for an accessory structure with accessory detached dwelling unit; UDC Section 35-310.01(b). Generally, UDC Section 35-A101: Definitions and Rules of Interpretation, and UDC Section 35-371(b)(6): Accessory Detached Dwelling.

Applicable Code References
(a) UDC 35-310.01. Generally. The design regulations for each district are included in Table 310-1 below.

(b) UDC 35-A101 Definitions and Rules of Interpretation.
(a) Half story. An uppermost story usually lighted by dormer windows, in which a sloping roof replaces the upper part of the front wall, and habitable areas on the uppermost story do not exceed a floor area derived by multiplying the floor area of the ground floor by fifty (50) percent.
(b) Height, building. The vertical dimension measured from the average elevation of the finished lot grade at the front of the building to the highest point of ceiling of the top story in the case of a flat roof, to the deckline of a mansard roof; and to the average height between the plate and ridge of a gable, hip or gambrel roof.
(c) UDC 35-371(b)(6) Accessory Detached Dwelling Units. In order to maintain the architectural design, style, appearance and character of the main building as a single-family residence, the ADDU shall have a pitch, siding and window proportions identical to that of the principal residence.

Development Services Department received plans for the development of an accessory detached dwelling unit in February of ...

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