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Join us May 14th at Clark Montessori, 3030 Erie Ave. for a great opportunity to connect with your neighbors!
The Hyde Park Neighborhood Council (HPNC) has been notified by Peter A. Saba, Esq., a principle at Stagnaro, Saba & Patterson (SSP) Attorneys, of an application for zoning district change at 3443 Zumstein Avenue. SSP Attorneys proposes to use the building to expand their law business at 2623 Erie Avenue. According to Chapters § 1403-05 and § 1407-05 of the Zoning Code, a zone change from residential Single Family (SF-6) to Office Limited (OL) is required for non-resident office use.
The subject will be on the agenda of the regularly scheduled meeting of the HPNC at 7pm on Tuesday, March 10. HPNC meets in the Knox Commons at Knox Church at corner of Michigan and Observatory Avenues. Enter using the Observatory Avenue parking lot entrance.
A short presentation will be made by the applicant. HPNC will then accept comments about the zone change from neighbors. Finally HPNC Trustees will discuss and decide what response HPNC should make to the City Planning Commission and City Council regarding the proposed use and zone change.
You are invited to attend the meeting and express your opinions and concerns.
If you have general questions about the zone change procedure, you may contact the undersigned at 321-4009 or Carl Uebelacker at 321-3320.
The Hyde Park Neighborhood Council has presented the city this report with the board's recommendations regarding the draft Land Development Code. Thank you to the many neighbors who participated in this process! We will keep you updated as needed.
East Hyde Park residents- we are making plans to help eleviate parking problems, support the businesses and improve the neighborhood! If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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