CLAY COUNTY, MISSOURI BOARD of ZONING ADJUSTMENT (BZA) AGENDA

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 5:30 PM

Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 5:30 PM - Regular meeting of the Clay County Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA), Commission Hearing Room, 3rd Floor, County Administration Building, One Courthouse Square, Liberty, Missouri.

 Call to Order

 Roll Call

 Approval of the November 22, 2016 BZA minutes

  Swearing in of individuals who may wish to testify during the course of the meeting

 

Case No. 17-101BZA - A request for a variance to Section 151-8.1(C) (1) of the 2011 Clay County Land Development Code pertaining to the platting of property. Such transaction between property owners will be in non-compliance of the County code of requirements. The applicants are Stephen and Jan Hayward, on behalf of Roger Scarbrough, Scarbrough Farms, LLC

Also a request for a variance to Section 151-8.4(A) of the 2011 Clay County Land Development Code, pertaining to the minimum lot width to depth ratio in a Residential Rural (R-1) District, with an Agricultural Land Preservation (ALP) Overlay District. Such lot dimensions will be in non-compliance of the County code of requirements. The applicants are Stephen and Jan Hayward.

Case No. 17-102BZA - A request for a variance to Section 151-6.3(B)(5)(b) of the 2011 Clay County Land Development Code, pertaining to an accessory structure being located forward of the principal dwelling unit in a Residential District, where such placement is in non-compliance of the County code of requirements. The applicants are Dennis and Deborah Mayrand

Case No. 17-103BZA - A request for an Appeal of an Administrative Decision pursuant to Section 151-3.15 of the Clay County Land Development Code pertaining to a written interpretation given on March 22nd, 2017, regarding); Whether or not Church or Religious Assembly as used in the Code allows for a Church to manifest in any residential option-whether that be clergy/staff housing, convent, monastery, homeless shelter, battered women’s shelter, guest housing, retreat center or any other traditional and common way that a Church might feel led by their faith (or exigencies) to manifest their Church. The applicant is Doug Perry, The Church of Liberty, representing Millin Co., LLC.


 

Other Business

Election of Chairman and Vice-Chairman

 

>Executive Session: Advise from legal counsel per RSMo 610.021(1)

 

 Adjournment