Their first case is a request to re-plat five lots in the Oak Crest Subdivision combining them into two lots, each one will have an existing home on the property. The request comes from Duane Mattix at 12573 Hillside Drive and Tim Doud at 12236 Amber Court.
Habitat for Humanity of Plymouth would like to re-plat the two residential lots at 718 Pearl Street into three separate building lots. This property had a home on it that caught fire in December of 2017. Damage was so severe that the home was demolished.
The final request is a rezoning for property in the 15,000 block of 7th Road. Both Kristina Relos and Mary Relos are seeking to have their farm zoned back to rural residential from the Industrial zoning it was changed to in 2008.
The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals only has one case to consider during their meeting Tuesday evening, October 1st at 7:30.
New Song Church at 1292 Baker Street in Plymouth is seeking a variance from the development standards for an overflow parking area. They would like the 32 spaces to have no curbed island and no landscaping.
The Plymouth Plan Commission and BZA meetings are held on the second floor of City Hall and are open to the public for comments and questions.