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Zoning Board of Adjustments /

building and standards commission

Regular Session Agenda

SEPTEMBER 4, 2014

6:00 PM

City Council Chambers

200st Walker Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I.                   Call to order and Roll call of members

 

II.        Approval of Minutes

A.  August 7, 2014

 

III.       The Swearing in of Speakers and Witnesses

 

IV.       Public Hearings and Action Items from Public Hearings (BASC)

A.  Hold a eighth public compliance hearing to show cause why civil penalties should not be assessed, and with possible action on BASC14-01 (220 Englewood Dr), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 220 Englewood Drive, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot twenty-three (23), Block six (6) of the Pecan Forest Subdivision, Section 2, a subdivion in Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 10, Page 53 in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas. (INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 02-06-2014; SECOND PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 03-06-2014; THIRD PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 04-06-2014; FOURTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-01-2014; FIFTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 06-05-2014; SIXTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 07-10-2014; SEVENTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED 08-07-2014)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Cora Ina Keith (deceased May 6, 1995) 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas 77573

Donna M. Keith, 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas 77573

Mark Robbins aka Mark Stuart Robbins, Independent Executor, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

Mark S. Robbins, 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas, 77573

Douglas Alan Keith, 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas 77573

Douglas A. Keith, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

Donald Rodney Wooton, 2350 County Road 289, Gonzales, Texas 78629

Sandy Wooton, 2350 County Road 289, Gonzales, Texas 78629

Kevin A. Sunn, Attorney for Mark Robbins, 1560 W. Bay Area Blvd., Suite 260, Friendswood, Texas 77546

And Law Offices of Kevin Sunn, PLLC, 712 Main Street, Suite 1550, Houston, Texas 77002

 

B.   Hold a fifth public compliance hearing to show cause why civil penalties should not be assessed, and with possible action on BASC14-02 (219 West Saunders), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 219 West Saunders, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as the surface only of Lot forty-four (44) of Patton Subdivision, save and except the southwest one-half foot of lot forty-four, Patton Subdivision, a subdivision of a part of 20 acre tract out of the S.F. Austin League, Survey #3, in Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in volume 254- A, page 66 of the map of records in the office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas. (INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 02-06-2014; SECOND PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED ON 03-06-2014; THIRD PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 06-05-2014; FOURTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 8-7-2014)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Daniel Garcia, 14603 Cardinal Creek Ct, Houston, Texas, 77062-2127

Angela Garcia, 14603 Cardinal Creek Ct, Houston, Texas, 77062-2127

Duane Young, 2805 Cemetery Road, Santa Fe, Texas, 77517

Lionel Young, 2805 Cemetery Road, Santa Fe, Texas, 77517

Barbara Blake Young, 2805 Cemetery Road, Santa Fe, Texas, 77517

Merchants Bank, Attn: Dean Starnes, Trustee, P.O. Box 690, League City, Texas, 77573

Merchants Bank, Attn: Steve Nicklow, Trustee, 2051 W Main Street, League City, Texas 77573

Mary S. Tourenq, Trustee MacNaughton, Burdzinski, Tourenq & Yow, 6750 West Loop South, Suite 800, Bellaire, Texas 77401

Steven V. Resnick, Beneficiary, P.O. Box 1015, League City, Texas 77574

Hollis E Resnick, Beneficiary, P.O. Box 1015, League City, Texas 77574

Marvin L. Rader & Associates, 622 W Main St, League City, Texas 77573

Regions Bank, Attn: Collateral Management Area, Attn: Marc C Coody, Jr., P.O. Box 1984, Birmingham, Alabama, 36201

City of League City, Attn: Lonzell Banks, Code Compliance, 300 West Walker Street, League City, Texas 77573

 

C.  Hold a second public compliance hearing with possible action on BASC14-05 (406 East Hawthorne Street), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 406 East Hawthorne Street, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), in Block twenty-five (25) of Moore’s Addition to the Town of Dickinson, a Subdivision in Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Volume 155, Page 10 in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas (Now filed under Volume 7, Page 1 of map records of Galveston County, Texas). (INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-01-2014; SECOND PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 06-05-2014)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Lorenzo A. Delgado, 406 E. Hawthorne St, League City, Texas 77573

and 2106 Alaska Ave, League City, Texas 77573-7706

 

V.        Adjournment 

CERTIFICATE

 

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTICE OF MEETING WAS POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD AT CITY HALL OF THE CITY OF LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS, BY THE 29TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2014 BY 6 PM, AND WAS POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 551, LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE (THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT).  ITEMS POSTED IN THE OPEN SESSION PORTIONS OF THIS AGENDA MAY ALSO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED OR EXECUTIVE SESSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT. THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO HEAR ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED AGENDA ITEMS THAT QUALIFY FOR AN EXECUTIVE SESSION, IN AN EXECUTIVE SESSION BY PUBLICLY ANNOUNCING THE APPLICABLE SECTION NUMBER OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT, (CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, SPECIFICALLY INCLUDING CHAPTER 551.071 “CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY”), THAT JUSTIFIES EXECUTIVE SESSION TREATMENT.

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PRESENCE OF A QUORUM OF THE MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL AT ANY TIME DURING THE COURSE OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED PROCEEDING MAY CONSTITUTE A MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL PURSUANT TO THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE.  BY THIS NOTICE, THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY ADVISED OF SAID MEETING NOT LESS THAN 72 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE DATE, TIME AND LOCATION NOTED ABOVE.

 

 

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LONZELL BANKS                                                            

CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICIAL                                 

 

MINUTES

CITY OF LEAGUE CITY

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS/

BUILDING AND STANDARDS COMMISSION

REGULAR MEETING

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 at 6:00 P.M.

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

200 WEST WALKER STREET

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I.          Call to order and Roll call of members

A.  Mr. Christiansen called the meeting to order at 6:03 p.m.

 

Members present:                                                        Members absent:

James R. Christiansen, Chair                                       Janet Alleman

Amy Beasley, Vice-Chair                                            Elizabeth Scully                                 

Katie Benoit                                                               

Michael Hendershot

           

City Representatives:

Mark Linenschmidt, Senior Planner

Lonzell Banks, Code Compliance

Frank LeBlanc, Code Compliance

 

II.        Approval of Minutes

A.  August 7, 2014

 

Ms. Beasley made some amendments to the minutes.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any other amendments to the minutes.

 

There were none.

 

Mr. Christiansen made a motion to approve the minutes as amended.

 

Ms. Benoit seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked for a vote.

 

The minutes, as amended, were approved unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

III.       Swearing in of Witnesses

A.    Mr. Christiansen swore in the witnesses, stating this is a quasi-judicial board, which is being recorded; therefore, anybody who speaks should be aware it is considered testimony. Any appeal of the decision by the Zoning Board of Adjustment or Building and Standards Commission must be filed with the Court of Competent Jurisdiction within 10 days for the ZBA and 30 days for the BASC after the date of the decision rendered by this board/commission, or such time period as indicated by Section 216.014 Texas Local Government Code.

 

IV.       Public Hearings and Action Items from Public Hearings (BASC)

A.  Hold a eighth public compliance hearing to show cause why civil penalties should not be assessed, and with possible action on BASC14-01 (220 Englewood Dr), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 220 Englewood Drive, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot twenty-three (23), Block six (6) of the Pecan Forest Subdivision, Section 2, a subdivision in Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 10, Page 53 in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas. (INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 02-06-2014; SECOND PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 03-06-2014; THIRD PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 04-06-2014; FOURTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-01-2014; FIFTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 06-05-2014; SIXTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 07-10-2014; SEVENTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED 08-07-2014)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Cora Ina Keith (deceased May 6, 1995) 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas 77573

Donna M. Keith, 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas 77573

Mark Robbins aka Mark Stuart Robbins, Independent Executor, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

Mark S. Robbins, 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas, 77573

Douglas Alan Keith, 220 Englewood Dr, League City, Texas 77573

Douglas A. Keith, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

Donald Rodney Wooton, 2350 County Road 289, Gonzales, Texas 78629

Sandy Wooton, 2350 County Road 289, Gonzales, Texas 78629

Kevin A. Sunn, Attorney for Mark Robbins, 1560 W. Bay Area Blvd., Suite 260, Friendswood, Texas 77546

And Law Offices of Kevin Sunn, PLLC, 712 Main Street, Suite 1550, Houston, Texas 77002

 

Mr. Frank LeBlanc, Code Compliance Officer, provided the commission with an update for 220 Englewood Drive. The property owner has communicated with staff through emails explaining why they were not able to attend the previous hearing on August 14, 2014. He also received a second email from Ms. Parrish on August 29th that contained letters of testamentary and an engineer’s survey report. The property owners also obtained quotes to repair the roof on the structure, as well as foundation repairs. Staff would like to hear from the property owners before making any recommendations on this property.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked the property owners to state their name and address.

 

Ms. Candy Parrish, 305 Wake Field Drive League City, and Mr. Mark Robbins, 1018 Sunset Circle League City, step forward to address the board.

 

Ms. Parrish received a copy of the letters of testamentary on August 29,th and she is waiting for word from the insurance company to obtain the checks. The foundation has been poured and arrangements have been made to begin the roofing repair; however, the work has been postponed due to inclement weather.  They are waiting for the framing sketches from the engineer, but they did receive a survey that was supplied to staff. They have an HVAC system, but it won’t be installed until after the roof is completed.  The window company will come in to measure and install the windows once the roof is installed.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if Ms. Parrish had a timeline for the work.

 

Ms. Parrish replied in the negative. She would like to first receive the check before providing a timeline for the work.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any other questions.

 

There were none.

 

Mr. Christiansen began to review the proposed order.

 

Ms. Beasley added Candy Parrish & Mark Robbins appearing for the owners and lien holders and scratched Lonzell Banks’ name from appearances.

 

On page 4 Section D

 

Item was marked; Owner has shown sufficient cause why this hearing should not proceed for final adjudication.

 

Item was marked N/A for Owner has substantially complied.

 

There was a discussion on where on the order to write the items the property owners did bring. It was agreed that it would be the third item in this section.

 

Item was marked. Owner has provided evidence of cost of repairs. The remainder of the sentence was scratched out and replaced with “and should be granted additional time to complete the ordered repairs.

 

Item was marked N/A.

 

Item was marked.

 

Item was marked N/A.

 

Section IV Orders

 

Item was marked, See Prior Orders.

 

Item 9 was marked with the date October 2, 2014 at 6pm. Also, the last sentence was underlined, “Owner shall provide city staff a status/compliance report at least 3 business days prior to this meeting.”

 

Item 10 was marked. Show timeline for work to be completed and any additional building permits.

 

Section V Special Additional Findings for Demolition was marked N/A.

 

Section VI Compliance

 

Item 1 was marked.

 

Item 2 was marked N/A.

 

Item 3 was marked N/A.

 

Item 4 was marked N/A.

 

Item 5 was marked N/A.

 

This order was marked as a Compliance Order on page 7.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that if there were no further discussion, he would ask for a motion.

 

Mr. Hendershot made a motion to approve the order as it was discussed.

 

Ms. Benoit seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked for a vote.

 

The order passed unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that the board would sign the order this evening.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that they will take a brief recess at 6:25 pm to sign the order and make copies for the owner.

 

Mr. Christiansen called the meeting back into order at 6:36 pm.

 

B.   Hold a fifth public compliance hearing to show cause why civil penalties should not be assessed, and with possible action on BASC14-02 (219 West Saunders), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 219 West Saunders, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as the surface only of Lot forty-four (44) of Patton Subdivision, save and except the southwest one-half foot of lot forty-four, Patton Subdivision, a subdivision of a part of 20 acre tract out of the S.F. Austin League, Survey #3, in Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in volume 254- A, page 66 of the map of records in the office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas. (INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 02-06-2014; SECOND PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED ON 03-06-2014; THIRD PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 06-05-2014; FOURTH PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 8-7-2014)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Daniel Garcia, 14603 Cardinal Creek Ct, Houston, Texas, 77062-2127

Angela Garcia, 14603 Cardinal Creek Ct, Houston, Texas, 77062-2127

Duane Young, 2805 Cemetery Road, Santa Fe, Texas, 77517

Lionel Young, 2805 Cemetery Road, Santa Fe, Texas, 77517

Barbara Blake Young, 2805 Cemetery Road, Santa Fe, Texas, 77517

Merchants Bank, Attn: Dean Starnes, Trustee, P.O. Box 690, League City, Texas, 77573

Merchants Bank, Attn: Steve Nicklow, Trustee, 2051 W Main Street, League City, Texas 77573

Mary S. Tourenq, Trustee MacNaughton, Burdzinski, Tourenq & Yow, 6750 West Loop South, Suite 800, Bellaire, Texas 77401

Steven V. Resnick, Beneficiary, P.O. Box 1015, League City, Texas 77574

Hollis E Resnick, Beneficiary, P.O. Box 1015, League City, Texas 77574

Marvin L. Rader & Associates, 622 W Main St, League City, Texas 77573

Regions Bank, Attn: Collateral Management Area, Attn: Marc C Coody, Jr., P.O. Box 1984, Birminggham, Alabama, 36201

City of League City, Attn: Lonzell Banks, Code Compliance, 300 West Walker Street, League City, Texas 77573

 

Frank LeBlanc, Code Compliance Officer, gave the commission an update on the case. Staff has not had any communication with the property owner. There was an electrical permit pulled on August 20th. A notice has been sent to the property owner, but neither signed receipts nor have returned letters been received. Staff is unsure if the property owner has received notification.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if staff had sent the notice shortly after last month’s meeting.

 

Mr. LeBlanc replied in the affirmative. The notice was sent within 10 days after last month’s meeting. Staff has received return notices from the other owners for this case but not from this owner.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if Mr. LeBlanc had a record on who pulled the electrical permit.

 

Mr. LeBlanc replied in the affirmative. The contractor Lumens Limited pulled the permit.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if the permit was for electrical work only.

 

Mr. LeBlanc replied in the affirmative. The permit was for electrical work only, but a foundation permit was also pulled last month. On the most recent inspection of the property, the roof looks as though it has been replaced; however, no roof permit was on file.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any other questions.

 

There were none.

 

Mr. Christiansen began to review the proposed order.

 

Ms. Beasley scratched out Lonzell Banks under “Appearances for City” and wrote “None” for “Appearances for Owners/Lien holders” and “Other Appearances” on page 3.

 

Section III Findings page 4.

 

Item was marked; Owner has not shown sufficient cause why this hearing should not proceed for final adjudication.

 

Item was marked N/A; Owner has substantially complied.

 

Item was marked N/A; Owner has provided evidence of cost of repairs and time table for performance of work and should be granted additional time to complete the ordered repairs.

 

Item was marked; Owner has failed to comply, although provided adequate time to do so, and civil penalties are indicated as addressed hereafter.

 

Item was marked N/A; Evidence provided to the Commission of costs of repairs.

 

Item was marked N/A; Other.

 

Section IV Orders

 

Item was marked; “See prior Orders.”

 

Item 1 was marked.

 

Ms. Beasley asked staff if there was any indication that the property owner had cleaned up the property and mowed it. In the previous meeting, it was stated that the property needed to be cleaned up.

 

Mr. LeBlanc replied in the affirmative. In the last inspection, someone had taken the tree branches to the curb to be removed. The grass was not over 12 inches.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if the property was in compliance.

 

Mr. LeBlanc replied in the affirmative. The property was in compliance.

 

Item 9 was marked; October 2, 2014 at 6pm.

 

There was a discussion on whether to assess civil penalties.

 

Item 10 was marked; Show cause why further civil penalties should not be assessed.

 

Section V Special Additional Findings for Demolition was marked N/A.

 

Section VI Compliance

 

Item 1 was marked.

 

Item 2 was marked.

 

Item 3 was marked.

 

There was a discussion on the amount of civil penalties the board would assess to the property owner and if the board could remove penalties in future meetings. 

 

Item 4 was marked; $100.00 per day from September 22, 2014 for non-compliance.

 

Item 5 was marked N/A.

 

This order was marked as a Compliance Order on page 7.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that if there was no further discussion, he would ask for a motion.

 

Ms. Benoit made a motion to approve this compliance order.

 

Mr. Hendershot seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that if there was no further discussion, he would ask for a vote.

 

The order passed unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that the board would sign the order this evening.

 

C.  Hold a second public compliance hearing with possible action on BASC14-05 (406 East Hawthorne Street), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 406 East Hawthorne Street, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), in Block twenty-five (25) of Moore’s Addition to the Town of Dickinson, a Subdivision in Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Volume 155, Page 10 in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas (Now filed under Volume 7, Page 1 of map records of Galveston County, Texas). (INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-01-2014; SECOND PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 06-05-2014)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Lorenzo A. Delgado, 406 E. Hawthorne St, League City, Texas 77573

And 2106 Alaska Ave, League City, Texas 77573-7706

 

Frank LeBlanc, Code Compliance Officer, provided the commission with an update. The owner, Mr. Delgado, has been mailed a certified notice to attend the hearing and was given three months to demolish both structures located at 406 East Hawthorne Street. One structure, the main structure, has been demolished and there is still debris on the property from that demolition. The smaller structure, the trailer, still exists on the property. Mr. Delgado did not pull a demolition permit.

 

Ms. Beasley asked for staff’s recommendations. She also asked if the progress on the property warranted the continuance of the case. 

 

Mr. LeBlanc replied in the affirmative. Staff would not have any objections to continuing the case.

 

Mr. Christiansen began to review the proposed order.

 

Ms. Beasley scratched out Lonzell Banks under “Appearances for City” and wrote “None” for “Appearances for Owners/Lien holders” and “Other Appearances” on page 2.

 

They continued onto Section III Findings on page 3.

 

Item C was marked; “#1 Wooden Frame structures has been demolished without a demolition permit and all debris has not been cleared from the property.”

 

The board continued onto Item D.

 

First item was marked; Owner has not shown sufficient cause why this hearing should not proceed for final adjudication.

 

Second and third item was marked N/A.

 

Fourth item was marked; Owner has failed to comply, although provided adequate time to do so, and civil penalties are indicated as addressed hereafter.

 

Fifth item was marked; Evidence provided to the Commission of the costs of repairs.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if this was the section where the city would ask the property owner to attend the next meeting.

 

Mr. Weathered replied in the negative; this section is in regard to the prior order.

 

Sixth item was marked N/A.

 

The board moved on to IV Orders.

 

Item was marked; See prior orders.

 

Item 1 was marked.

 

Item 2 was marked N/A.

 

Item 3 was marked N/A.

 

Item 9 was marked; October 2, 2014 at 6pm and it was underlined--Owner shall provide city staff a status/compliance report at least 3 business days prior to this meeting.

 

Item 10 was marked; Obtain demolition permit for work that has been done, as well as work remaining to be done. If demolition & all clean-up is not complete before 10/2/14 meeting, provide time & scope report to advice commission completion date.

 

Item 11 was marked N/A.

 

Section V Special Additional Findings for Demolition was marked N/A.

 

Section VI Compliance the order was marked as a Compliance Order.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated if there was no further discussion, he would ask for a motion.

 

Mr. Hendershot made a motion to approve the order.

 

Ms. Benoit seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated if there was no further discussion, he would ask for a vote.

 

The order passed unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

Mr. Christiansen stated that the board would sign the order this evening.

 

V.        Adjournment

 

Ms. Beasley made a motion to adjourn the meeting.

 

Mr. Christiansen seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked for a vote.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

            Mr. Christiansen adjourned the meeting at 7:06 p.m.

 

 

 _______________________             _______________________

Oscar Arevalo                                    James R. Christiansen,

Building Official                                 Chairperson, Zoning Board of Adjustment/       

Building and Standards Commission       

 

Date minutes approved: ___________________