|June 5, 2007|
Agenda for the regular meeting of the Planning Board of the Borough of Little Silver to be held on, Tuesday, June 5, 2007 at 7 P.M. Borough Hall, 480 Prospect Avenue, Little Silver, New Jersey:
1. Statement of Compliance
2. Roll Call
4. Approval of Minutes:
5. Unfinished Business: None at this time.
6. New Business:
Application of Julia Lynch to construct a 13 by 19enclosed porch addition and a 29 by 22 irregular two story addition on the property at 224 Willow Drive, Block 51, Lot 26, in the R-3 Zone which violates the minimum required lot area of 20,000 square feet where 11,355 square feet is existing; the minimum required improved road frontage of 100 feet where 76 feet is existing; the minimum required rear yard setback for an accessory structure of 15 feet where .8 feet is existing; the minimum required side yard setback for a principal structure of 15 feet on each side where 3.6 feet is existing; the maximum allowable lot coverage of 18% where 31% is proposed and the maximum allowable impervious coverage of 35% where 42% is proposed.
Application of Ling Hu and Bokran Won, M.D. to demolish the existing home and construct a new 75 by 50, two story modular home, 24 by 24 free-standing garage and a 22 by 30 irregular shaped paver patio on the property at 28 Bernard Terrace, Block 59, Lot 40, in the R-2 Zone which violates the minimum required lot area of 25,000 square feet where 20,350 square feet is existing; and and the maximum allowable building height of 30 feet and 2 ½ stories where 326 is proposed. *Note per Borough Engineer: Applicants architect originally chose not to grade to road to prevent ponding in front yard. The plan has since been revised to provide proper drainage which requires the house to be raised 10 resulting in the above variance; this revision increased the height variance from the original 318 to 326.
Amended Major Subdivision/Site Plan Application of
Application of Arnold and Lori Natali to construct a 7 by 9 kitchen and breakfast area, a 22 by 12covered porch and a 22 by 24 patio on the property at 150 Queens Drive South, Block 46, Lot 16, in the R-1A Zone which violates the minimum required improved road frontage of 150 feet where 110 feet is existing; and the minimum side yard setback for a principal building 30 feet in height of 39 feet on each side where 54 feet and 15.9 feet is existing. *CAFRA permit has been obtained.
Application of Gary N. James, 9 Oakwood Lane, Rumson, New Jersey to remove an existing deck, covered front porch and covered patio and construct a 10.5 by 18.5 deck and kitchen addition, a second story master bedroom and bath over the garage, re-convert the existing family room to a garage and construct a new front entry on the property at 90 Lovett Avenue, Block 52, Lot 7, in the R-3 Zone which violates the minimum required lot area of 20,000 square feet where 11,250 square feet is existing; the minimum required improved road frontage of 100 feet where 75 feet is existing; the minimum required side yard setback for a principal structure is 15 feet on each side where 9.9 feet and 26.4 feet is existing; and the maximum allowable impervious coverage of 35% where 30.45% is existing and 30.35% is proposed.
Bifurcated Application of Jerome Rosenthal to construct a 26 by 37 three car garage, 26 by 22 porte cochere, 658 square foot mudroom, bathroom, laundry room and stairwell addition from basement to attic, a 3 by 18 addition to the kitchen, an 11 by 16 second floor solarium addition, a 10 by 20 arbor and bluestone patio, a 17 by 29 cabana and 12 by 12 pergola, 62 high pillars at the driveway entrances and at the interior driveway, construction of a 4 high retaining wall and interior renovations on the property at 216 Seven Bridges Road, Block 44, Lot 39, in the R-1 Zone which violates the following: An accessory building shall be located in other than a front yard where an existing accessory building with a footprint of approximately 2,422 square feet is located in the front yard and a 493 square foot cabana with a 144square foot attached pergola is proposed within the front yard; no accessory building shall be used for residential purposes where the potential exists for the existing building to be used in such a manner; the maximum building height for a principal building is 35 feet and not exceeding 2½ stories where 41 feet and three stories is existing; accessory structures shall be located in other than a front yard where 62 high pillars are proposed within the front yard; walls located within 50 feet of any river, lagoon or other body of water shall not exceed 3 feet in height where a retaining wall 4 feet in height is proposed 37 feet from a body of water. *Note: A chimney larger than 2 by 2 is included in height measurement. CAFRA approval is required.
Diane L. Ramsey, CLUA
Planning Board Secretary