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RESOLUTION 2001- 61 <br />.RESOLUTION GRANTING AN APPEAL OF A DECISION OF THE PLANNING <br />COMMISSION TO DENY A REQUEST TO CONSTRUCT A NEW COMMERCIAL <br />BUILDING WITH ACCESSORY LIVING QUARTERS AND TO REDUCE'THE REQUIRED <br />SETBACKS ON PROPERTY ZONED C-l:LHP. <br />ARCHITECTURE AND SITE APPLICATION: 5-00-9 <br />CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: U-00-10 <br />VARIANCE APPLICATION: V-00-2 <br />PROPERTY LOCATION; 75 UNIVERSITY AVENUE <br />PROPERTY OWNER /APPLICANT /APPELLANT: KUMIKO IWASAWA VADAS <br />WHEREAS: <br />A. This matter came before Council for public hearing on May 7, 2001 on an appeal by <br />Kumilco Iwasawa Vedas (property owner/applicant/appellant) from a decision of the Planning <br />Commission .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 and <br />materials submitted, including the record of the Planning Commission proceedings and the packet <br />of material contained in the Council .Agenda Report dated May 1, 2001 and the Addendum dated <br />May 3, 2001., along with subsequent reports and materials prepared concerning this application. <br />C. The applicant seeks approval of plans to construct a new commercial building on the <br />western portion of a 5,400 square foot parcel. The proposed building. will be 1,899 square feet in <br />area and will be used to expand the existing retail business and will be two stories. The first floor <br />will be used for retail (1;009 square feet] and the second floor will be used as a studio residence {890 <br />square feet). <br />D. The Planning Commission considered this matter on July 12, 2000 and continued the <br />