Zoning and Demolition Requests

Schumacher Place Civic Association zoning variance request policy:
SPCA represents the interests of all residents within it’s civic boundaries when hearing variance requests.
SPCA encourages all applicants for variances to present their plans to the membership meeting preceding the membership vote.
The membership will vote on new variance requests received at least 14 (calendar) days ahead of the next scheduled meeting during that meeting. Requests submitted within 14 days will be voted at the following month’s meeting.
Membership may vote to table the variance request for one month when there’s justification. Examples are changes stated about the submitted plans, unanswered questions or any issues that arise from the presentation.
SPCA may call a special meeting to vote variance requests when justified. An example is a month without a regularly schedule membership meeting.
Communications:
New variance requests, including a copy of the requesters application for variance, will be posted on the SPCA website. Additionally, the request will be added to the agenda of the next membership meeting and postcards will be sent to property owners within 125′ for the subject property. The SPCA board will strive to ensure notification of variance applications is posted on nextdoor.com and the SPCA’s official Facebook page.
All zoning variance requests are posting by the city at: https://ca.columbus.gov/CA/
Please utilize the following Links from Attorney Pauley
for Development Posted 2/20/2019

PENDING Variance Requests March 5, VOTE

CV18-089

364 E. Whittier Vote to be March 5, 2019  VARIANCE FAILED

Revised Site Plan

Revised Statement of Hardship

 

 

 

 


COMPLETED VARIANCE REQUESTS

CV18-049 568 LATHROP Presentation 1/15/19 VOTE 2/5/19 Passed

CV18-051 466 BLENKNER Presentation 1/15/19 VOTE 2/5/19 Passed

616 S Ninth Presentation 1/15/19 VOTE 2/5/19 Passed

CV 18-156 Passed 2/5/19


408 SYCAMORE STREET  (revisions Sept 24, 2018) 
BZA HEARING,DECEMBER 17,2018-Variances passed with exception of garage Site A
New plans to be requested
VOTE OCTOBER 27 
VARIANCES FAILED SPCA 10/27/2018
CSSAC Variances FAILED

VARIANCE VOTE NOVEMBER 13,2018 SPCA MEETING

364 WHITTIER STREET—--VARIANCES FAILED

Updated Hardship 11/28/18

Elevations for Whittier St.Project

CSSAC -Variances failed 12/18/2018

Site Plans

PDF for 364 request


VARIANCE REQUEST and VOTE
    OCTOBER 2, MEETING

These variance requests failed SPCA 8/14/2018

( Working with City Staff on new presentation before returning to SPCA)

568 Lathrop


NO VOTE  SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 (Placed on hold per developer)

459 East Livingston (Council Variance)

Updated Variance list for 459 Livingston



Past Variance requests

460-464 SOUTH LANE     VARIANCE PASSED February  2018

GOOD NEIGHBOR AGREEMENT


370 FOREST STREET,   click the Variance Review. VARIANCE PASSED February 2018

Please click the link for Hardship Letter ,Letter of Hardship


Upcoming Requests (slated for October 2017 meeting):

The following Zoning and/or Demolition Request will be presented at the next Schumacher Place Civic Association meeting. The application will come before the Schumacher Place Civic Association on October 3, 2017. To review the materials, please click this link.

Previous Requests (discussed at February 2017 meeting):

The following Zoning and/or Demolition Request will be presented at the next Schumacher Place Civic Association meeting. The application will come before the Schumacher Place Civic Association for a vote on February 7, 2017 before moving forward to the Columbus South Side Area Commission Zoning Committee at the application site. Please contact Curtis Davis for the schedule. The Columbus South Side Area Commission review will take place on Tuesday, February 28, 6:30pm, at the new Parsons Avenue library branch.

To access the city review for a zoning variance – access this site. Navigate to the bottom right where it says Zoning and Search Applications. Enter either the application number or the street address or other identifying criteria.

Membership Vote Results:

Yay: 38

Nay: 25

Abstentions: 1

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