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<br />RESOLUTION 2001-13 <br />RESOLUTION GRANTING AN APPEAL OF A DECISION FROM THE PLANNING COMMISSION <br />DENYING A REQUEST TO CONSTRUCT A NEW SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE ON <br />PROPERTY ZONED HR-2 '/2 AND REMANDING THE APPLICATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT <br />REVIEW COMMITTEE <br />ARCHITECTURE AND SITE APPLICATION: 5-00-22 <br />PROPERTY LOCATION: 15350 SUVIEW DRIVE <br />PROPERTY OWNER /APPLICANT 1 APPELLANT; CHARLES HACI~ETT <br />WIIEREASs <br />A. This matter came before Council for public hearing on January 8, 2001, on an appeal by <br />Charles Hackett. from a decision of the Planning Commission andwas regularly noticed in conformance with <br />State and Town law. <br />B. Council received testimony and documentary evidence from the appellant and all interested <br />persons who wished to testify or submit documents. Council considered all testimony and materials <br />submitted, including the record of the Planning Commission proceedings and the packet of material <br />contained in the Council Agenda Reports dated December 27, 2000., along with subsequent reports and <br />materials prepared concerning this application. <br />C. Applicant is proposing to construct a 7,272 square foot two- toryresidence including a 1.,284 <br />square foot basement, and an 849 square foot garage on an undeveloped 1.023 acre lot. <br />D. The Planning Commission first considered the application on July 26, 2000 and continued <br />the matter to allow the applicant to review the plans in response to concerns raised. The Commission <br />considered revised plans on .September 13, 2000 and again requested revisions to .address concerns. On <br />November 15, 2000 the Commission considered revised plans that reduced the house by 482 square .feet <br />from t11e previous set of plans and found that the applicant had not satisfactorily addressed the concerns <br />raised by the Commission. <br />1 <br />