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RESOLUTION .2001- 89 <br />RESOLUTION GRANTING AN APPEAL OF A PLANNING COMMISSION <br />DECISION AND DENYING AN APPLICATION TO CONSTRUCT A NEW SINGLE <br />FAMILY RESIDENCE ON A NONCONFORMING PARCEL ZONED R-1D <br />ARCHITECTURE AND SITE APPLICATION: 5-99-36 <br />PROPERTY LOCATION: 65 COLLEGE AVENUE <br />PROPERTY OWNER.: LEE QUALLS <br />APPLICANT: TODD AND MARLENE JOHNSON <br />APPELLANT:. COLLEEN WILCOX AND CHRISTOPHER FARMER <br />WHEREAS: <br />A. This matter came before Council for public hearing on June 18, 2001, on an appeal <br />by Colleen Wilcox and Christopher Farmer (appellants) from a decision of the Planning Commission <br />and was regularly :noticed in conformance with State and Town law. <br />B. Council received testimony and documentary evidence from the appellant and all <br />interested persons who wished to testify or submit documents. Council considered all testimony <br />and materials submitted, including the record of the .Planning Commission proceedings and the <br />paclcet of material contained in the Council Agenda Report dated May 3 0, 2001 and the addendum <br />.dated June 15, 2001, along with .subsequent .reports and materials prepared concerning this <br />application. <br />C. The applicant is .requesting approval of plans to construct a 1,001 square foot single <br />family residence on a 6,506 square foot nonconforming lot. The lot is nonconforming since it dose <br />not have a street frontage. Access to the site isfrom aningress/egress/underground utility easement <br />that cuts through portions of the two neighboring properties to the north of the lot. The applicant <br />is also proposing a 400 square foot garage underneath the house. <br />D. On August 28, 2000, the Council continuedthe matter withthe direction that a peer <br />