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File #: 20-4341   
Type: Staff Briefing - Without Ordinance
In control: Board of Adjustment
On agenda: 8/17/2020
Posting Language: BOA-20-10300067: A request by Diana Cavazos for a 2’ special exception to allow a fence to be 8’ tall along the northern side property line and the rear property line, located at 11334 Morino Park. Staff recommends Approval. (Council District 8) (Kayla Leal, Senior Planner (210) 207-0197, kayla.leal@sanantonio.gov, Development Services Department)
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Case Number:
BOA-20-10300067
Applicant:
Diana Cavazos
Owner:
Diana Cavazos
Council District:|1010|Location:
11334 Morino Park
Legal Description:
Lot 7, Block 9, NCB 19096
Zoning:
"R-5 ERZD" Residential Single Family Edwards Recharge Zone District
Case Manager:
Kayla Leal, Senior Planner

Request
A request for a 2' special exception to allow a fence to be 8' tall along the northern side property line and the rear property line, as described in Sec. 35-514.

Executive Summary

The subject property is located on the corner of Morino Park and Spanish Wood. The applicant is requesting a 2' special exception to allow a section of the fence to be 8' tall. The property owner recently installed a swimming pool, and with the land sitting slightly higher than the street level, the taller fence will allow for more privacy. The swimming pool is located on the northern side of the property, near the street Spanish Wood. The applicant is requesting the special exception for the section of side fencing that faces Morino Park, the side fence that faces Spanish Wood, and a section of fence on the rear property line.

Code Enforcement History
There is no relevant code enforcement history on file for the property.

Permit History
There are no relevant permits pulled for the property.

Zoning History
The subject property was annexed into the city limits of San Antonio by Ordinance 79039 on December 31, 1993 and was zoned Temporary "R-1" Temporary Single Family Residence District. The zoning changed to "R-5" Residential Single Family District on October 13, 1994 by Ordinance 80968 and subsequently converted to the current "R-5" with the adoption of the UDC on May 3, 2001 by ordinance 93881.

Subject Property Zoning/Land Use

Existing Zoning

Existing Use
"R-5 ERZD" Residential Single Family Edwards Recharge Zone District
Single Family Residence

Surrounding Zoning/Land Use

Orientation

Existing Zoning District(s)
Existing Use
North
"R-5 ERZD" Residential Single Family Edwards Recharg...

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