NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Zoning Appeals of the Village of Chenequa will hold a public hearing on February 18, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at the Chenequa Village Hall, 31275 W County Road K, Chenequa, Wisconsin, for the following variance requests:
Applicant: Alasdair and Rachelle Cripps
Property Address: 6178 N State Highway 83
Parcel #: CHQV 0397 997
Legal Description: PT N1/2 SEC 28 T8N R18E COM N1/4 COR S9°W 1000 FT S3°45’W 200 FT S15°15’E 163 FT S30°15’E 58.89 FT THE BGN S30°15’E 95.82 FT N84°43’E 652 FT TO LAKE N3°8’E 189.74 FT S83°33’W 380 FT S69°25’W 352.81 FT TO BGN LF 190 FT R2034/315
The Applicants, Mr. and Mrs. Cripps, are requesting a variance to allow for the separation to the existing dwelling to the south which is 43 feet and not in compliance with Section 6.05(6)(c)(i) that requires a minimum 50 feet from an existing single family structure; and for a pool that is less than 100 feet from the existing dwelling to the south which does not comply with Section 6.05(6)(c)(i). The Village of Chenequa Code of Ordinances, Section 6.05(6)(c)(i) provides that:
(6) SETBACK/LIVING AREA RESTRICTIONS: PERMITTED USE
(c) Side Yard.
- A side yard of six (6) inches in width for each foot in height of a structure, with a minimum of ten (10) feet shall be provided on each side of every structure. No single family structure shall be constructed within fifty (50) feet of an existing single family structure on an adjoining lot, and no accessory building or recreational facility shall be erected within one hundred (100) feet of an existing single family structure on an adjoining lot. Recreational facilities in existence shall not prohibit a single family structure on an adjoining lot from building or remodeling inside the 100’ setback of a recreational facility.
This Hearing is to give residents, property owners, and interested parties an opportunity to be heard and express their opinions on the above proposed variance request.
Dated this 11th day of February, 2016.
Pamela Ann Little
Board of Appeals Clerk
Posted: February 11, 2016