The Plymouth Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals will meet tonight in the Council Chambers of City Hall.
The Board of Zoning Appeals will consider an amendment to the City’s Zoning Ordinance on Rural Residential Districts. They will consider definitions to add to the use and definition of Agriculture Limited.
Also on the agenda is a report from Building Commissioner Dennis Manuwal Jr. and a discussion of support for zoning legislation.
The Board of Zoning Appeals meeting begins at 7:30 and includes the consideration of an application for a variance of development standards to reduce the parking stalls to 18 by 9 and reduce the drives to 24 feet on the future Bowen Center facility at the corner of U.S. 30 and Pioneer Drive.
Plymouth Indiana Retail Management from Bingham Farms, MI is seeking a variance of development standard to reduce the required 5-foot landscape buffer strip to a 1.3-foot buffer at 1547 Pilgrim Lane, Goodwill.
The final variance is a request from Kevin Sauer from Plymouth Motor Speedway to allow a 20-foot pole sign in a rural residential district at the corner of Michigan Road and 12th Road.
The meetings are open to the public and live-streamed off the city’s website. Those attending the meeting should enter through the Garro Street door and move to the second floor.